Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2005 Week 3 Hansard (10 March) . . Page.. 970..
(2) The value of infringements issued in:
(a) Belconnen Town Centre in the period 19 January 2004 to 31 January 2005 was $934,067; and
(b) Tuggeranong Town Centre in the period 1 March 2004 to 31 January 2005 was $594,403.
It is not possible to distinguish between infringements issued in Government and non-government car parks. Parking Operations is in the process of procuring new hand held terminals and associated software. The new equipment will provide an enhanced reporting capacity.
(3) On average the ticket machines in Belconnen and Tuggeranong require servicing, including replacement of paper, once every three weeks. Ticket machines that suffer standard faults (coin jams, ticket jams, foreign objects) are out of order for no more than one (1) hour. All major faults (such as severe vandalism) suffered by ticket machines since January 2004 have been rectified within 24 hours.
(4) On average Parking Operations attends to 95% of all complaints within 60 minutes. It is estimated that 95% of repairs are completed with 10 minutes. All major faults are repaired within 24 hours.
(5) The estimated cost of maintaining ticket machines since introduction to 31 January 2005 was:
a) Belconnen $133,000
b) Tuggeranong $61,400
(6) Most ticket areas have a number of ticket machines. If one machine is out of order, the car park can still function adequately. Where a significant number of ticket machines in a car park are out of order, time limits will apply. The car park is then managed and enforced accordingly.
(7) Yes. Infringements are issued for a range of offences, however they should not be issued for any voucher related offences.
(8) No statistics exist on this matter.
Emergency services-road rules
(Question No 205)
Mrs Dunne asked the Minister for Environment, upon notice, on 17 February 2005: