Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2003 Week 6 Hansard (19 June) . . Page.. 2220 ..
(1) Yes, the Department has undertaken a traffic and pedestrian study for Gungahlin Town Centre. This study was completed in December 2002.
(2) The City bound traffic volume on Hibberson Street was an average of 4,200 vehicles per weekday.
(3) Yes, the Department has undertaken new surveys at the same location in May 2003.
(4) The City bound traffic volume on Hibberson Street has dropped to an average of 2,500 vehicles per weekday.
Sport teams funding
(Question No 706)
Mr Cornwellasked the Minister for Sport, Racing and Gaming, upon notice, on 17 June 2003:
In the (a) 2002-03 and (b) 2003-04 Budgets, how much money was paid to ACT professional sporting teams by name.
Mr Quinlan: The answer to the member's questions are as follows:
In relation to your question, it is assumed that you are referring to National League Teams that represent the ACT when you state "ACT professional sporting teams". The question has been answered on this understanding.
The following table shows monies paid to National League teams in 2002-03 and the proposed budget for 2003-04. No financial contribution for 2003-04 has yet been confirmed, with scope that some teams may have their amount altered from previous levels or new teams included in the program should they meet the guidelines. Negotiations are continuing to finalise the commitment of the final $40,000.
National League Team Program Funding Schedule
Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2003-04
ACT Brumbies (men's rugby union)
Canberra Raiders (men's rugby league)
Canberra Cannons (men's basketball)
Canberra Capitals (women's basketball)
Canberra Lakers (men's hockey)
Canberra Strikers (women's hockey)
Canberra Eclipse (women's soccer)
Canberra Comets (men's cricket)
AFL/ACT Rams (men's AFL football)
Canberra Dolphins (men's waterpolo)
Canberra Dolphins (women's waterpolo)