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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 4 Hansard (12 April) . .

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iii. 2015/2016 - 298 iv. 2014/2015 - 276 v. 2013/2014 - 230 vi. 2012/2013 - 250

Roads—planning (Question No 1024)

Mrs Kikkert asked the Minister for Transport and City Services, upon notice, on 23 February 2018:

(1) In relation to the feasibility study and preliminary sketch plan for the intersection of Tillyard and Ginninderra Drives, on which date (day/month/year) were the feasibility study and preliminary sketch plan for the intersection of Tillyard and Ginninderra Drives (announced in the ministerial response to petition 2-17 on 9 May 2017) commissioned by Transport Canberra and City Services (TCCS).

(2) What factors prompted TCCS to commission the feasibility study and preliminary sketch plan.

(3) Which organisation/s were commissioned to complete the feasibility study and preliminary sketch plan.

(4) What was the total cost to the ACT Government for the feasibility study and preliminary sketch plan.

(5) On which date (day/month/year) were the completed feasibility study and preliminary sketch plan submitted to TCCS.

(6) Did the Minister note in annual reports hearings on 17 November 2017 that the feasibility study and preliminary sketch plan for the intersection of Tillyard and Ginninderra Drives had become "one and the same" with the Tillyard Drive: Local Area Traffic Management Study; if so, when did this happen.

(7) What did the Minister mean by "It has all become one and the same".

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

(1) The contract for the feasibility study and preliminary sketch plan was signed by the TCCS delegate on 3 May 2017.

(2) The community consultation undertaken in December 2016 for the Tillyard Drive LATM study received a significant number of concerns regarding the Tillyard Drive intersections with Ginninderra Drive and Lhotsky Street. These concerns were also validated by the technical analyses of traffic data at these intersections.

(3) Engineering consultant Calibre Consulting PTY LTD was engaged to undertake the feasibility study and preliminary sketch plan.

(4) The total cost was $59,494.


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