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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2006 Week 4 Hansard (4 May) . . Page.. 1316..


(2)

(a)

242

(b)

200

(c)

207

(d)

188

(e)

180 to 10 April 2006. Note that this includes total numbers of infringement notices issued, as requested. It should be noted that 52 infringement notices issued in 2005-06 to emergency vehicles have been withdrawn to date. This is due to a change in practice regarding emergency vehicles that have emergency lights activated. In previous years, infringements were not issued to these vehicles. From 2005/06, at the request of the Emergency Services Authority, infringements are now issued, but later withdrawn following representations by the Authority that the infringement occurred during a genuine emergency.

(3)

(a)

$31,565

(b)

$27,566

(c)

$37,987

(d)

$34,484

(e)

$35,814 to 10 April 2006. Note that if total fines for all infringement notices issued in 2005/06 are included, this figure increases to $96,814. This is due to the change in practice regarding emergency vehicles that have emergency lights activated detailed in the answer to part (2) of the question. 52 infringement notices (amounting to a total of $61,000) have been withdrawn to date in 2005/06.

(4) Note that the following information relates to speeding and red light camera infringements as per the Member's question. It cannot be compared directly with the information provided in response to part (2) of the question, which includes all infringements. Parking infringements are not considered traffic infringements, so are not included in the information provided in response to part (2) of the question.

(a)

(i)

80

(ii)

123

(iii)

370

(b)

(i)

59

(ii)

106

(iii)

317

(c)

(i) and (ii) 173. Note that for 2003-04 speed and red light camera infringements cannot be differentiated, so the total figure for both has been reported.

(iii)

349

(d)

(i)

102

(ii)

58

(iii)

366

(e)

(i)

25 to 10 April 2006

(ii)

124 to 10 April 2006

(iii)

186 to 10 April 2006

(5) Under Public Sector Management Standard 6, Part 3, Rule 2 "a driver is personally responsible for any breaches of ACT Road Transport Law if they are in control of a


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