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3) The Education Directorate reports measures undertaken to address emissions in the Directorate Annual Report, which is available online at: Annual Report- Education Directorate ( Information about emissions reduction measures in included in the section starting on page 113 of the 2020-21 Annual Report.

4) The results provided cover Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions.

(Question No 726)

Ms Castley asked the Minister for Transport and City Services, upon notice, on 8 April 2022:

(1) Further to the response to question on notice No 661 which stated that “Design and investigations have been carried out and tender documents have been prepared”, what were the results of the investigations and can the Minister provide a copy of the investigators report.

(2) What design did the report suggest and can the Minister provide a copy of the design.

(3) What tender documents have been prepared.

(4) When will the tender be published.

(5) When will work star and how (a) long will it take and (b) much will it cost.

(6) Who did the report and can the Minister provide details including cost and breakdown of services.

(7) What Transport Canberra and City Services staff have been involved and can the Minister provide a breakdown of (a) number of staff, (b) job title, (c) work classification, (d) employment type and (e) workload.

(8) Have there been other reports/complaints about Jabanungga Avenue; if so, can the Minister provide those reports/complaints including Fix My Street issues.

(9) Why does the directorate not have information for (a) hours worked for the 16 road maintenance activities since 2016 and (b) cost of work carried out on Jabanungga Avenue since 2016.

(10) When did the 16 roadworks start and finish and how many staff, in total, worked on them.

Mr Steel: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:

(1) The result of the investigations completed to date have been inconclusive. However, the consultant’s report concludes from tests undertaken that the cause is “likely to be a Natural Groundwater Discharge”. A copy of the report is provided at Attachment A.

(2) The consultant’s report included many recommendations, and detailed design drawings have been prepared following the assessment of the report. This includes

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