Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2022 Week 02 Hansard (Thursday, 24 March 2022) . . Page.. 687 ..
(2) Why have barriers been left at these streets.
(3) Has the ACT Government carried out any work on these streets before; if so, can the Minister provide details since 2016.
(4) How much has carrying out works on these streets cost since 2016.
(5) How many hours have been worked in total on these streets since 2016.
(6) Will the Government have to barricade and work on these streets after the roadworks are complete.
(7) How long will the barriers be left on these streets.
(8) What notice and information did the Government give residents in this area.
Mr Steel: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
1) The design and investigations have been carried out and tender documents have been prepared.
2) Barriers have been installed for safety reasons to alert road users of the road issues which, once rectified, will be removed.
3) Roads Maintenance have undertaken maintenance related pavement repairs in this area 16 times since 2016 according to available records, 10 of those relating to heavy patching/hot mix, and 6 of those relating to make-safe (cold mix) pavement repairs.
4) This information is not available.
5) This information is not available.
6) Once roadworks have been completed no barricades will be required.
7) Once roadworks have been completed the barricades will be removed.
8) A letter drop has been carried out informing the residents that investigations were being carried out to determine the cause of the problem and to find a pavement rehabilitation solution.
(Question No 663)
Ms Clay asked the Minister for Transport and City Services, upon notice, on 11 February 2022:
(1) In relation to animal entrapments in government infrastructure, does Transport Canberra and City Services (TCCS) have a policy or already address the issue of trapped wildlife in Canberra’s lakes and ponds; if so, what is the policy and/or how is the issue addressed.