Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2014 Week 9 Hansard (18 September) . .
(c) The design, print, purchase, installation and removal of the decals on all windows totalled $5,977.
(d) The design, print, purchase and installation of 'A day in the life of Capital Metro' rear wall decal totalled $3,130.
(e) There were two signs and the total cost was $1,885.
(f) The design, print, purchase and installation of the orange wall coverage (including the incorporation of the orange signage advertising the colouring competition was totalled $4,345.
(g) The purchase of the white table and chairs was $29.
(h) Pencils/crayons $4.
(i) Design, print, assemble and purchase of the orange feedback box located inside the information centre totalled $588.
(j) The black cabinet was borrowed at no charge for 6 weeks.
(k) The table and table cover was hired for 2 months at a total cost of $328.60.
(m) and (n) The total cost for the hire and installation of the Ipad and television was $1,582.85.
(3) The pop up shop was provided free of charge for the set up period and consultation period.
(4) The quantities were one of each.
Capital Metro Agency—branded items
(Question No 318)
Mr Coe asked the Minister for Capital Metro, upon notice, on 14 August 2014:
(1) What was the cost of producing the Capital Metro branded items of (a) drink bottles, (b) foam trains, (c) cardboard trains, (d) pull-ups, (e) booklets entitled See how the first stage of light rail in Canberra will benefit our city, (f) fold-out orange A4 pamphlets, (g) posters entitled Strategic Approach, (h) posters entitled The Griffin Legacy, (i) posters entitled Passenger experience, (j) posters entitled The nuts and bolts, (k) posters entitled Redefining the entrance to the nation's capital, (l) A4 factsheets entitled Strategic approach, (m) A4 factsheets entitled The Griffin Legacy, (n) A4 factsheets entitled Passenger experience, (o) A4 factsheets entitled The nuts and bolts and (p) A4 factsheets entitled Redefining the entrance to the nation's capital.
(2) What was the quantity of each item produced referred to in parts (1)(a) to (1)(p).
Mr Corbell: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) (a) 2,000 drink bottles were purchased at a cost of $4,770.50.
(b) 2,000 foam trains were purchased at a cost of $5,648.00.
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