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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2019 Week 11 Hansard (Thursday, 26 September 2019) . . Page.. 4021 ..


We are unable to provide a disaggregation by suburb at this time as the information is currently collected on a selling agent basis and disclosure by suburb is potentially commercially prejudicial to current MyWay agents.

6. MyWay agent requests are received on an ad hoc basis. There is no formal process for recording these requests. These requests are received through different methods including through the Customer Experience Team and Transport Canberra Operations. When these requests are received the agent requestees are advised that new agent opportunities are advertised through Tenders ACT tender processes and to check regularly for opportunities.

New MyWay Agent tender applications received in the last five years:

2014-15

Engaged one Belconnen West group centre

2015-16

One Tuggeranong North group centre agent closed. Engaged one Tuggeranong North group centre agent.

2016-17

One City east agent closed. Engaged one City East location group centre agent

2017-18

One ANU City West Student Union shop closed. Engaged one ANU City West Post office.

One Woden major group centre agent closed. Engaged one Woden major group centre agent.

2018-19

One ANU City West Post office closed. Engaged one City West agent. One City East agent sold and one City East agent engaged.

7. Where unsolicited agent approaches are made to the Territory, requestees are advised that when new agent opportunities present, the Territory advertises the opportunities through Tenders ACT. No formal tender applications have been rejected.

8. None.

9. Associated future agent planning has not been scoped at this stage of Light Rail stage two project.

10. a) The actual expenditure on the integrated Light Rail and Bus ticketing system stands at $4,912,156 to 30 June 2019.

b) (i) The total approved budget is $5,100,000 of capital with depreciation of $1,000,000 commencing in 2020/21. Project costs to 30 June 2019 were $4,912,156.

(ii) To our knowledge no travel was undertaken in relation to the current ticketing solution.

(iii) Consultant and contractor cost for the project are included in the project expenditure disclosed in part 10 (a) of this response.

(iv) Trial costs of the current ticketing solution are included in the project expenditure disclosed in part 10 (a) of this response.

(v) Any progression of future ticketing solutions is subject to a decision of government.

(f) All direct/quantifiable project costs are included in the project expenditure disclosed in part 10 (a) of this response.

11. (a) The decision was made by Government in the 2016-17 financial year.

(b) 2020;

(c) 2020;


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