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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2001 Week 8 Hansard (9 August) . . Page.. 2978..


Road-related infrastructure

(Question No 387)

Mr Hargreaves asked the Minister for Urban Services, upon notice:

In relation to the installation and maintenance of road related infrastructure:

In the years (a) 1995-96, (b) 1996-97, (c) 1997-98, (d) 1998-99, and (e) 1999-00, how much was spent on:

(1) the installation and maintenance of (a) streetlights and (b) guard rails:

(2) line marking; and

(3) grass cutting.

Mr Smyth: The answer to the member's questions is as follows:

Analysis of financial records held within the Department reveals the expenditure contained in the table below:

Activity Type 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00

Streetlights Recurrent 2,593,905 2,466,856 2,535,610 2,510,129 2,917,870

Capital 118,000 48,000 34,000 155,000 150,000

Traffic Route Capital 180,000 123,000 26,000 0 300,000

Lighting

Guard Rails Recurrent (1) (1) 46,275 34,009 65,575

& Barriers Recurrent (2) (2) (2) 122,974 554,112

(Streetsmart)

Capital (3) (3) (3) (3) 127,000

Line Marking Recurrent <$100,000 (4) <$100,000 (4) 600,000 (4) 600,000 (4) 789,854

Capital 0 0 0 0 300,000

Grass Cutting (5) (5) (5) (5) (5)

Notes:

(1) Not known as any costs are included in larger Maintenance jobs.

(2) Streetsmart program not in operation.

(3) Not known as any costs are included in larger Capital Works jobs.

(4) Estimated expenditure.

(5) Not known as grass cutting is by region and is not separated out by asset types such as roads.


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