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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2012 Week 8 Hansard (24 August) . . Page.. 3735..


City 5610 7620 8970 2100 24300 Woden 3890 2200 4480 1510 12080 Tuggeranong 1020 3550 4560 830 9960 Note 1: Numbers rounded to the nearest 10. Numbers included parking for all classes and types of vehicles.

Note 2: 'City' includes Braddon commercial area and Turner office area, as well as parking accessed from Barrine Drive in Acton, Commonwealth Park in Parkes and parking Reid and Parkes within and adjacent to the CIT site in Constitution Avenue. Numbers for town centres include service trades areas.

Question on Notice No. 2376 - Answer to Part 2

Table 2: 2009 Major Centres Parking Survey - Pay Parking and Free Parking in Publicly Available Parking Areas (On-street and Off-Street)

Location Long-stay Public Parking Long-stay Tenant Parking Short-stay Public Parking Other Restricted Total Free Parking Belconnen 5950 4000 2420 510 12880 2290 City 12510 8970 1400 1420 24300 1210 Woden 5670 4480 1330 600 12080 2140 Tuggeranong 3380 4560 1710 310 9960 2540 Note 1: Tenant parking is treated as long-stay parking and is included as the "Off-street Tenant"Category in Table 1.

Note 2: All publicly available long-stay parking is multi-stay parking, permitting a user to stay for a few minutes to all day.

Note 3: 'Other restricted' includes loading zones, permit zones, bus stops, etc.

Note 4: 'Free parking' is incorporated across the other categories and is included in the total figure for each centre. It includes 'pick up and set down' spaces and spaces for people with disabilities.

Trees—management (Question No 2377)

Mr Coe asked the Minister for Territory and Municipal Services, upon notice, on 10 May 2012:

(1) How many hazardous trees have been identified for maintenance and/or pruning in the 2011-12 financial year to date, by suburb location.

(2) What is the average waiting time for trees identified in part (1) to be maintained and/or pruned.

(3) How many contractors are involved in maintaining and pruning the trees referred to in part (1).


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