Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2019 Week 11 Hansard (Thursday, 26 September 2019) . . Page.. 4018 ..
• One matter was found not proven.
• There were eight matters where there was no evidence offered against the relevant defendant; and 3 matters where the charges were withdrawn against the relevant defendant.
• One matter where the charge was abated (discontinued) because the defendant had passed away.
(e) All 72 defendants had a prosecution recorded against them. However, of the above 72 defendants, 57 defendants had a conviction recorded by the Court at their sentence.
Transport—MyWay agents(Question No 2610)
Mr Coe asked the Minister for Transport and City Services, upon notice, on 2 August 2019 (redirected to the Minister for Transport):
(1) What are the requirements or eligibility criteria for entities that are interested in becoming MyWay recharge agents.
(2) Further to part (1), what resources, such as hardware or training, are provided to MyWay recharge agents.
(3) Further to part (2), what is the ACT Government’s current inventory of MyWay hardware broken down by (a) type of equipment and use, (b) general location, such as buses or in storage, (c) age and (d) when they are scheduled to be replaced or more ordered.
(4) What was the total number of MyWay recharge agents for each of the last five financial years to date broken down by suburb.
(5) What was the total (a) number and (b) value of MyWay recharges for each of the last five financial years to date broken down by suburb.
(6) What was the total number of requests or applications to place or become a MyWay recharge agent for each of the last five years broken down by suburb.
(7) What was the total number of requests or applications to become a MyWay recharge agent that were denied for each of the last five years broken down by suburb and reason for the rejection.
(8) How many new MyWay recharge agents were added as part of or linked to the roll out of Light Rail Stage 1.
(9) How many new MyWay recharge agents are scheduled to be added as part of or linked to the roll out of Light Rail Stage 2.
(10) What is the breakdown of the total amount (a) spent to date and (b) that is expected to be spent on scoping, exploring, reviewing or otherwise determining alternate ticketing systems for ACT Government transport systems over the past five financial years to date, including but not limited to (i) specific budget initiatives or project