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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2016 Week 7 Hansard (4 August) . .

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(1) The Community Participation brings together a number of functions under one umbrella. The Group includes the functions Community Recovery, Youth Engagement, Office for Ageing, Office for Women and the Office for Multicultural Affairs. Within the same Output 3.1 is the Office for Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander Affairs, the Community Development Grant Scheme and previously Community Facilities.

The Community Participation Group has changed over the last few years based on organisational needs, but has also aligned with a general theme of optimising community participation and community engagement. As outlined during the Estimates Hearings the resources are largely pooled and this found to be an effective use of resources given that the policy work and engagement activities can be episodic.

For this reason the figures provided for the Community Participation subunits are notional because staff in each area of the Community Participation Group work across other program areas on an as needs basis. Therefore these numbers are difficult to compare across the years.

There are currently 23.15 staff employed on a Full-Time Equivalent basis within the Community Participation Group.

(2) As at 1 February 2014, there were a total of 23.15 staff employed on a Full-Time Equivalent basis within the Community Participation Group.

ACTION bus service—bus stops (Question No 753)

Mr Coe asked the Minister for Transport and Municipal Services, upon notice, on 5 May 2016:

(1) What was the number of bus stops in Canberra serviced by a Weekday, Saturday, Sunday, Rapid or Xpresso route in (a) May 2014 and (b) May 2016.

(2) What was the number of bus stops in Canberra serviced by a school route service in (a) May 2014, (b) May 2015 and May 2016.

Ms Fitzharris: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

(1) The number of bus stops in Canberra serviced by a Weekday, Saturday, Sunday, Rapid or Xpresso route in

(a) May 2014 was 2,770

(b) May 2016 was 2,595

(2) The number of bus stops in Canberra serviced by a school route service in

(a) May 2014 was 2,668

(b) May 2015 was 2,572

(c) May 2016 was 2,574


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