Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2002 Week 7 Hansard (6 June) . . Page.. 2171..
(3) What is the amount of revenue raised by speed cameras for the years in (1) for vans located on the:
(b) Hindmarsh Drive;
(c) morning peak hours; and
(d) evening peak hours.
(4) What is the amount of revenue raised by speed cameras for the years (a) 2001 and (b) 2002, on (i) Northbourne Avenue and London Circuit, and, (ii) Northbourne Avenue and Barry Drive.
Mr Wood: The answer to Mr Stefaniak's question is as follows:
(1) Revenue from mobile and fixed traffic cameras is recorded on a financial year basis. Revenue to date has been:
a) 1999/2000 $1.2 million
b) 2000/2001 $4.3 million
c) 2001/2002 (to 31 May 2002) $4.6 million
(2) - (4).
Traffic cameras are employed as a road safety measure and no statistics are maintained on revenue collected by locations.
Capital works program
(Question No 217)
Mr Cornwell asked the Minister for Health, upon notice, on 6 June 2002:
In relation to the March Quarter 2001-02 Capital Works Program Progress Report and unspent funds from prior years carried forward to 2001-02 (Attachment D):
(1) What are the works carried forward in respect of ACT Hospice ($262,000), Minor New works ($18,000) and Burrangiri Aged Respite Care Centre Rivett ($74,000).
(2) What is the current state of these outstanding items.
(3) Will they be completed in financial year 2001-02 and if not, why not.
Mr Stanhope: The answer to the member's question is:
Generally the underspend on these projects results from a need to delay further expenditure until reviews were completed and supported the undertaking of further works. Specific comments on each of the allocations are: