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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2021 Week 04 Hansard (Friday, 23 April 2021) . . Page.. 1205 ..


(2) The reduction in overall vehicle numbers, counted at several strategic intersections across the Territory is provided in (Figure 1). These results are expressed as a percentage reduction over the corresponding months in 2019. The results give an indication of a reduction in car journeys but do not give an indication of the distance of each journey.

Figure 1: Percentage Reduction in traffic volumes at strategic intersection sites.

Absolute % reduction over corresponding month in 2019

Apr-20

May-20

Jun-20

Jul-20

Aug-20

Sep-20

35.14

19.925

6.75

1.46

4.525

4.86


Disability services—funding(Question No 158)

Mrs Kikkert asked the Minister for Disability, upon notice, on 1 April 2021:

What funding sources have been identified by the ACT Government to provide further support to Women with Disabilities ACT.

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

The ACT Government funds Women with Disabilities ACT (WWDACT) as a peak disability organisation to provide systemic advocacy. In 2020-21 provided funding of $109,935. This figure includes Equal Remuneration Order funding.

WWDACT also access funding through a range of ACT Government grant programs such as the Disability Inclusion Grants, International Day of People with Disability (I-Day) Grants, Participation (Women’s) Grants and Women’s Safety Grants.

The ACT Government and other community partners continue to work closely with WWDACT to support their viability and to strengthen and renew the service offerings of the organisation. The ACT Government will continue to work with WWDACT in identifying funding sources.


Mental health—education(Question No 160)

Mrs Kikkert asked the Minister for Disability, upon notice, on 1 April 2021:

In relation to the Psychosocial Recovery and NDIS Course by the ACT Recovery College, how many participants attended the trial of the four-week course in June 2020.

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

A total of nine people attended the Psychosocial Recovery and NDIS Course delivered by the ACT Recovery College in June 2020.



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