Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2008 Week 04 Hansard (Thursday, 10 April 2008) . . Page.. 1358 ..
Mr Stanhope: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
(1) The ACT adopted accrual AAS budgeting and reporting in 1996-97, with the first full year of accrual reporting being 1997-98. Prior to this, the ACT reported on a cash basis, during which time the available data is not directly comparable to the revenue and expense data being sought. Similarly, the ACT adopted accrual GFS reporting in 2000-01. Before this date, the GFS framework was cash.
Attachment A provides budgeted revenues and expenses from 1996-97 to 2010-11 for AAS and from 2000-01 to 2010-11 for GFS.
Attachment B provides the budgeted cash GFS data for 1989-90 to 1999-2000.
(2) Attachment C provides the actual AAS and GFS revenues and expenses from the adoption of accrual accounting for the respective reporting frameworks (AAS from 1996-97 to 2006-07, and GFS from 2000-01 to 2006-07).
Attachment D provides the actual GFS cash receipts and payments data for 1989-90 to 1999-2000.
(Copies of the attachments are available at the Chamber Support Office).
(Question No 1852)
Mr Pratt asked the Minister for Territory and Municipal Services, upon notice, on 13 February 2008:
(1) What is the total operating cost of the Nightlink taxi service;
(2) What is the cost breakdown of the $1 million that has been committed by the ACT Government over the next four years;
(3) How will the ACT Government subsidy of the Nightlink service be distributed;
(4) Who will be covering the cost of the increased security at the designated Nightlink taxi ranks;
(5) What will the increased security consist of at the Nightlink ranks;
(6) Will security cameras installed as part of Nightlink be in addition to the existing CCTV network;
(7) What percentage will the ACT Government be contributing to the cost of Nightlink marshalls;
(8) Will Nightlink taxis be dedicated exclusively to providing a late night public transport solution, or will individual wheelchair accessible taxi/larger taxi vehicle drivers be permitted to pick up regular fare-paying jobs between services;
(9) Will Nightlink services be structured around set timetables or will it be an on-demand service;