Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 05 Hansard (Thursday, 10 May 2018) . . Page.. 1945 ..
(3) Potential changes to the road network layout associated with the City to Lake Project may impact the final alignment of the southern section of the Civic Cycle Loop.
(4) The $6m investment on the Civic Cycle Loop was invested in the following way;
• Marcus Clarke street stage - $1.5m;
• Rudd Street stage (from Marcus Clarke Street to Bunda Street) - $0.8m;
• Bunda Street Shareway stage - $2.4m; and
• Allara Street stage - $1.3m.
(5) No. Attachment A is a record of the vehicle data collected on the Bunda Street section of the Civic Cycle Loop. Commentary on the pedestrian and cyclist activity on the Bunda Street section of the loop can also be found in Attachment B as part of the post completion report.
(6) No post implementation report was completed for the entire Civic Cycle Loop. Please refer to Attachment B for a record of the post implementation evaluation review of the Bunda Street section only of the Civic Cycle Loop.
(7) At this stage, there are no planned or proposed changes to the Civic Cycle Loop. Consideration is currently being given to connections to the Loop from the Lake Burley Griffin Path near Edinburgh Avenue.
(8) a & b) Please refer to Attachment A and B for the data collected on the changes in traffic volumes and speeds as well as the changes in pedestrian and cyclist activity on Bunda Street Shareway pre and post completion.
c) No data has been recorded either before or after in relation to trade, patronage or visitation to businesses on Bunda Street.
(Copies of the attachments are available at the Chamber Support Office).
Schools—cybersafety(Question No 1294)
Mrs Kikkert asked the Minister for Education and Early Childhood Development, upon notice, on 13 April 2018:
Given that 38 government primary schools and 9 995 students have participated in cybersafety webinar sessions guided by their classroom teachers since October 2014, how many government (a) high schools and high school students and (b) colleges and college students have participated in these webinar sessions since October 2014.
Ms Berry: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
(a) and (b) The webinar sessions are specifically designed for students in Years 4, 5 and 6, therefore no high schools and high school students or colleges and college students have participated in these webinar sessions.
The Australian Curriculum establishes core ICT Capabilities for students. Early intervention in cybersafety skills is essential and the Curriculum outlines this as part of