Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2022 Week 02 Hansard (Thursday, 24 March 2022) . . Page.. 663 ..
(10) How long will these electronic road signs be in place.
Mr Steel: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
(1) 170 Corflute signs were printed, based on 10 per suburb for the 17 most affected Belconnen suburbs.
(3) Approximately half of the signs were printed sized 600mm x 900mm and half at A2. The larger signs are located in more prominent locations.
(4) The corflute signs were erected by a small team of Transport Canberra and City Services officers who were already in the area auditing the locations of storm damage.
(5) The corflute signs will remain in place until the clean-up is completed or until they are considered to be no longer required.
(6) When removed, the corflute signs will be recycled through the ACT NoWaste corflute recycling trial at the Mitchell Resource Management Centre and Mugga Lane Resource Management Centre.
(7) Six Variable Message Sign (VMS) boards were located at key points within Belconnen.
(8) The total cost is yet to be determined as this is subject to how long the signs are required to remain on site.
(9) No ongoing maintenance is required and any unforeseen repairs are the responsibility of the contracted provider.
(10) The VMS signs will remain in place until the clean-up is completed or until they are considered to be no longer required.
Municipal services—cycle lanes
(Question No 638)
Mrs Kikkert asked the Minister for Transport and City Services, upon notice, on 11 February 2022:
(1) Further to the Minister’s response to petition 25-21 and the ACT Government Online Maps and Apps website, which map on this site identifies the intended and future on-road cycling routes.
(2) Which map on this site identifies the intended and future off-road community routes.
(3) Given that the map file titled “Map for Snez – COPA Condition and Cycle Paths” is listed as publicly available and after clicking on the map file and then clicking on “view application”, the user is asked for a username and password, is this map file publicly available; if so, how can this file be accessed.