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(2) a) The number of charges for motor vehicle theft since 2002 to date is:
1 Jan to 31 Aug 2005
Source: PROMIS apprehensions module as at 26 September 2005
This table summarises the number of unique apprehensions, by calendar year from 2002 to 31 August 2005, involving a SMV offence.
b) ACT Policing is unable to provide the number of persons convicted as this information is held by the ACT Courts.
(3) ACT Policing does not record the costs associated with the recovery of stolen motor vehicles and as such is unable to respond.
(Question No 660)
Mr Pratt asked the Minister for Planning, upon notice, on 22 September 2005:
(1) Further to a Letter to the Editor in The Canberra Times on Friday, 9 September entitled "Bus Patrons Left High And Dry", how many Easy Access buses does ACTION have in its fleet;
(2) How many of those buses are in operation;
(3) If all of the available buses are not in operation, why not;
(4) Does ACTION collect data on the number and location of elderly or disabled passengers that have a need for the Easy Access buses; if not, why not; if so, can the Minister identify (a) routes and (b) suburbs that have a high proportion of elderly or disabled passengers that would require a greater number of services using the Easy Access buses;
(5) Are the Easy Access buses used on specific routes where there is a higher proportion of elderly or disabled passengers; if not, why not;
(6) What are the routes that currently have Easy Access buses scheduled;
(7) Do each of these routes have every bus on the timetable as an Easy Access ACTION bus; if not, why not.
Mr Corbell: The answer to the member's question is as follows: