Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2016 Week 5 Hansard (5 May) . .
2003-2004 - 0.48 yrs (Note: ACTION purchased 20 new buses that were available due to an operator going into liquidation and not being able to complete the purchase of an order. These buses, although never previously registered, were up to 20 months old at delivery.
2004-2005 - 0 years
2005-2006 - 0 years
2006-2007 - 0 years
2007-2008 - Nil
2008-2009 - 0 years
2009-2010 - 0 years
2010-2011 - 0 years
2011-2012 - 0 years
2012-2013 - 0 years
2013-2014 - 0 years
2014-2015 - 0 years
2015-2016 to date - 0 years
(a) 25 buses were leased for a period of 10 years from 1997. One bus is currently on lease to replace an older bus that was destroyed by fire.
(b) Financial details for the leasing of the 25 buses are not available. Costs for ongoing lease of the one bus are $5,500 per month. Set up costs including fitting of cameras ticketing and NXTBUS were $6,600.
(c) 10 years.
(d) The 25 leased buses were aged 0 at the time of the lease in 1997. The currently leased bus was 2.5 years of age when the lease term began.
(Question No 698)
Mr Coe asked the Minister for Transport and Municipal Services, upon notice, on 10 March 2016:
(1) Can the Minister list the road projects which the Government has committed to deliver.
(2) Of the projects identified in part (1), can the Minister list the (a) priority level and the expected cost of each project for (i) the remainder of 2015-2016, (ii) 2016-2017, (iii) 2017-2018, (iv) 2018-2019, (v) 2019-2020 and (vi) 2020 2021, (b) projects which are already underway and their expected completion dates and (c) proposed timing of the remainder road projects.
(3) What criteria have been used to assess proposed road projects to determine their level of priority.
(4) Will the Canberra community be given any input into the process of determining the priority of road projects before the final decision is made on which road projects have the highest level of priority.
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