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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 06 Hansard (Thursday, 7 June 2018) . . Page.. 2293 ..


(2) Can the Minister provide, for Transport Canberra services on 27 February 2018, the total percentage of services which were (a) early, (b) on time and (c) late.

Ms Fitzharris: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:

(1) The table below displays the periods of early, on time and late running recorded as a variance from the scheduled timetable:

Timing Record Variance from schedule

27-Feb-2018

13+ early

14

10-12:59 early

17

7-9:59 early

40

4-6:59 early

230

1:01-3:59 early

1,408

On-Time

16,663

4:01-6:59 late

3,817

7-9:59 late

1,192

10-12:59 late

412

13-15:59 late

111

16+ late

94

Please note that the Transport Canberra business intelligence tool does not record timing points at 16 plus minutes early or 13:00 – 15:59 minutes early intervals but instead records at a single 13 plus minutes early interval. Reporting on variances is not currently available and would require the creation of a custom report.

(2) The total percentage of services on Transport Canberra services on 27 February 2018 were (a) early was 7.1%, (b) on time was 69.4% and (c) late was 23.4%.


Land—block 30, Dickson(Question No 1315)

Mr Coe asked the Minister for Planning and Land Management, upon notice, on 13 April 2018 (redirected to the Minister for Urban Renewal):

(1) Was the acquisition of Block 30 (formerly Block 20) Section 34 Dickson subject to the Lands Acquisition Act 1994; if so, what acquisition processes were followed under the Lands Acquisition Act 1994; if not, (a) why was it not subject to the Lands Acquisition Act 1994, (b) what exception did it fall under in section 18 of the Lands Acquisition Act 1994 and (c) what other Territory legislation, including specific sections, authorised and governed the sale.

(2) Was the acquisition of Block 24 Section 65 City subject to the Lands Acquisition Act 1994; if so, what acquisition processes were followed under the Lands Acquisition Act 1994; if not, (a) why was it not subject to the Lands Acquisition Act 1994, (b) what exception did it fall under in section 18 of the Lands Acquisition Act 1994 and (c) what other Territory legislation, including specific sections, authorised and governed the sale.

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


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