Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2022 Week 02 Hansard (Thursday, 24 March 2022) . . Page.. 662 ..
(3) Is the “what we heard” report still on track to be released by the end of February 2022; if not, what is the cause of the delay.
(4) Which shared path option between William Hovell Drive and the Mainoru, Florina and Kurundi cul-de-sacs is being the most strongly considered by the Government.
Mr Steel: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
(1) The noise monitoring was completed in February 2022. These results are now being analysed ahead of a report being drafted.
(2) Submission of the revised draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is dependent on finalisation of the noise monitoring report but has not been delayed at this time.
(3) The finalisation of the ‘What We Heard’ Report is also dependent on results of the noise monitoring and is expected to be released ahead of the submission of the revised EIS.
(4) The relocation of the shared path onto the western side of William Hovell Drive (away from Hawker residents) is the preferred option being progressed.
West Belconnen severe storm event—clean-up and recovery
(Question No 637)
Mrs Kikkert asked the Minister for Transport and City Services, upon notice, on 11 February 2022:
(1) In relation to corflutes and electronic road signs installed in Belconnen notifying residents that storm clean-up is ongoing, how many of these corflutes have been made.
(2) How much was the cost of producing these corflutes.
(3) If produced in more than one size, what sizes have been made, and how many of each size.
(4) Which directorate’s workers have installed these corflutes, and how many workers have been involved,
(5) How long will these corflutes be in place.
(6) What will happen to these corflutes after they are removed.
(7) How many electronic road signs have been deployed to provide information about storm debris clean-up.
(8) What is the total cost of these electronic road signs.
(9) What ongoing maintenance do these electronic road signs require, and which directorate’s workers perform this maintenance.