Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2014 Week 10 Hansard (25 September) . .
Mr Corbell presented the following papers:
Annual Reports (Government Agencies) Act, pursuant to section 13—Annual Reports 2013-2014—
ACT Human Rights Commission, dated 18 September 2014.
Director of Public Prosecutions, dated 18 September 2014.
Justice and Community Safety Directorate (2 volumes), dated 24 September 2014.
Legal Aid Commission (ACT), dated September 2014.
Public Advocate of the ACT, dated 18 September 2014.
Public Trustee for the ACT, dated 13 August 2014.
Victim Support ACT, dated 12 September 2014.
Civil Law (Wrongs) Act, pursuant to subsection 4.56(3), Schedule 4—Professional Standards Councils—Annual Report 2013-14.
Planning, Environment and Territory and Municipal Services—Standing Committee
Report 5—government response
MR CORBELL (Molonglo—Attorney-General, Minister for Police and Emergency Services, Minister for the Environment and Minister for Capital Metro) (3.48): For the information of members, I present the following report:
Planning, Environment and Territory and Municipal Services—Standing Committee—Report 5—Inquiry into Vulnerable Road Users—Government response.
I seek leave to make a statement.
MR CORBELL: I am pleased to present to the Assembly the government's response to the Standing Committee on Planning, Environment and Territory and Municipal Services report on the inquiry into vulnerable road users. On 9 May last year the Assembly referred the issue of vulnerable road users to that standing committee for inquiry and report by the last sitting day in April this year. That was later extended to the last sitting day of June.
The government made a submission to the committee. I appeared before the committee on 28 April this year, and the Minister for Territory and Municipal Services also appeared before the committee. The committee received 54 submissions, including submissions from Pedal Power, the Amy Gillett Foundation, the Motorcycle Riders Association, NRMA Motoring & Services, the ACT Law Society, ANCAP, and the Council on the Ageing. The committee held seven public hearings and heard from 36 witnesses.
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