Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2016 Week 5 Hansard (5 May) . .
Ms Fitzharris: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) Please refer to list (Attachment A) of projects that have been committed to through budget appropriations.
(i) As each of these projects has been funded they are all considered a priority to deliver.
(ii) As each of these projects has been funded they are all considered a priority to deliver.
(iii) As each of these projects has been funded they are all considered a priority to deliver.
(iv) (v) (vi) Out years have not yet been budgeted.
(b) Please refer to Attachment A.
(c) Please refer to Attachment A.
(3) Road projects are assessed against the following criteria in determining their priority:
• Contribution to ACT Government policy outcomes;
• Improvement to public safety;
• Improvement to levels of congestion and travel times;
• Management of the condition of road infrastructure;
• Response to the growth in population and demand for services; and
• Cost effectiveness.
(4) Community consultation is a key part of the planning, design and delivery phases of a project. Typically a project will be presented to the community during the planning and design phases on a number of occasions as well as a formal consultation process associated with the development approval processes.
(A copy of the attachment is available at the Chamber Support Office).
Environment—bins and littering
(Question No 699)
Ms Lawder asked the Minister for Transport and Municipal Services, upon notice, on 10 March 2016:
(1) How much revenue is raised from fines for littering in public places.
(2) How much does it cost to empty bins in public places such as parks.
(1) Since 1 July 2015, Territory and Municipal Services has issued fines to the value of $1,900 for littering offences in the ACT.
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