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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 13 Hansard (Thursday, 29 November 2018) . . Page.. 5312 ..


Public Art

Arts Infrastructure

ACT Arts Policy/Strategy

Belconnen Arts Centre

New Theatre for the Canberra Region

ANU Music for Colleges Program

ANU Update from Freedom of Information request

Canberra Museum and Gallery – Cladding in Signage

Theatre ticketing for patrons requiring wheelchair access seats

Rural leaseholder concerns – Proposed Cuppacumbalong to Lanyon Homestead Walk

Canberra Theatre Centre – Work Health Safety Notices re Roof Safety

Community Events Summary

2018 and 2019 ACT Event Fund

ACT Events Policy (ACT Events Framework) and Community Events Strategy

2018 Reconciliation Day Event

(5) All briefs provided to the Minister for the Arts and Cultural Events follow a formal request process.

(6) N/A

(7) All requests for briefs from the Minister are directed through the Directorate Liaison Officer.


Light rail—stopping distances(Question No 1996)

Miss C Burch asked the Minister for Transport, upon notice, on 26 October 2018:

(1) In dry conditions, what time in seconds and distance in metres is required to bring a Light Rail Vehicle to a complete stop from a speed of (a) 20 km/h, (b) 30km/h, (c) 40km/h, (d) 50km/h, (e) 60km/h, (f) 70km/h.

(2) In wet conditions, what time in seconds and distance in metres is required to bring a Light Rail Vehicle to a complete stop from a speed of (a) 20 km/h, (b) 30km/h, (c) 40km/h, (d) 50km/h, (e) 60km/h, (f) 70km/h.

(3) In icy or frost conditions, what time in seconds and distance in metres is required to bring a Light Rail Vehicle to a complete stop from a speed of (a) 20 km/h, (b) 30km/h, (c) 40km/h, (d) 50km/h, (e) 60km/h, (f) 70km/h.

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

(1) The Light Rail Vehicles (LRV) for Canberra are currently being tested to confirm that they comply with the European Standard for braking on railways, other internationally recognised standards and the design documentation. The European Standards require type testing of the braking at ⅓, ⅔ and maximum speed. Each LRV will be tested in accordance with this Standard and will be required to comply before being used for driver training or service operation.


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