Legislative Assembly for the ACT: Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 5 Hansard (10 May) . . Page.. 1867 ..
This approach involves a series of steps to identify and assess risks and to then apply the most appropriate regulatory tool to control the risk. This means that resource allocation and enforcement responses are determined based on priorities determined through risk assessment.
For example, vehicles causing line of sight issues or blocked footpaths near school zones are prioritised as they can force parents and young children to walk on rough and uneven ground or the road if they are blocked by cars.
(3) (a) 2
(4) (a) The Pinforce database used by Parking Operations is unable to break down 'road related' infringements (which are infringements issued to offending vehicles illegally parked on nature strips) into individual streets within a suburb.
(b) As above
(5) (a) $476.00
(6) The revenue received from parking fines is included as part of consolidated revenue which may provide improved parking to local schools and businesses.
(7) Maintenance costs for local infrastructure and community facilities are not broken down to suburb level. The breakdown for Gungahlin Region is as follows:
Gungahlin Maintenance Costs* (a) 2016 Calendar Year (b) 2017 Calendar Year Asset Maintenance $138,815 $95,407 Cleaning $238,900 $226,787 Horticultural Maintenance $211,151 $245,209 Litter Removal $267,920 $288,735 Mowing $762,200 $930,930 Sports & Facilities Management $643,540 $424,801 Urban Tree Maintenance $377,725 $372,799 Weed Control $145,986 $244,154 Total $2,786,238 $2,828,821
* Breakdown of maintenance costs by suburbs is not available
Waste—smart bins (Question No 1061)
Mr Milligan asked the Minister for Transport and City Services, upon notice, on 23 March 2018:
(1) Can the Minister explain why there are not bins in the major playgrounds around Moncrieff.