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(b) The Plan will consider options for a safe on-road cycle lane. The detailed cycle modelling will assist in estimating the commuting time using different types of path from Molonglo to City and the Parliamentary Triangle.
(3) Yes, one of the key objectives of the Plan is the development of a safe, direct and legible bicycle network. The Plan will identify high quality, innovative and attractive cycling infrastructure that connect people efficiently and safely to their everyday destination from the new suburbs of Molonglo.
(4) The transport planning will include the Cycle Network Plan (that will be combination of cycleways, on-road cycle lanes and off road cycle paths) and feed into the planning process of future Molonglo suburbs.
(a) the SMEC investigation will consider best practice, innovative infrastructure facilities including the feasibility of priority at intersections.
(b) The Cycle Network Plan will contribute to all relevant plans on the aspect of cycling.
(c) The cost involved in developing the cycle infrastructure will be determined in the planning study.
(d) The planning includes a public consultation process. The preliminary options are expected to be publicly released and discussed during the final quarter of this year. This will involve series of community information sessions and six weeks of public feedback period.
ACTION bus service—revenue (Question No 2399)
Ms Le Couteur asked the Minister for Territory and Municipal Services, upon notice, on 10 May 2012:
(1) In relation to the use of the ACTION bus network, what is the total revenue from passengers in 2010-11.
(2) What is the total revenue from concession card holder passengers in 2010-11 and can the Minister break down this revenue (a) by time of day, for example, morning pre-peak, morning peak, day time off peak, afternoon peak and post afternoon peak and (b) into types of concession cards.
(3) What time does ACTION define as morning peak and afternoon peak.
(4) How many bus services are in the morning peak and afternoon peak.
(5) Are any full services run at weekends, excluding services to special events.
Ms Gallagher: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) The total revenue from passengers in 2010-11 was $18.58 million.