Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2017 Week 11 Hansard (Thursday, 21 September 2017) . . Page.. 4178 ..
delivery arrangements to the Jervis Bay Territory. The NSW Government has decided not to continue work on options for future service delivery arrangements. This decision will have no impact on the current delivery of government services to the Jervis Bay Territory community.
(2) The Australian and ACT governments will continue to work together to ensure government services meet the needs of the Jervis Bay Territory community. The Memorandum of Understanding between the ACT and Australian Governments is currently being reviewed with the objective of developing a new agreement to provide for state-type services to Jervis Bay Territory. As a part of this process, the ACT and Australian Governments are working closely with the Jervis Bay Territory community to identify opportunities to improve service outcomes.
(3) The ACT Government is engaged by the Commonwealth to provide a broad range of state-type services in Jervis Bay Territory. These services fall into the following categories:
• Primary Education
• Early Childhood Regulation
• Care and Protection
• Health Protection Services
• Environmental Monitoring
• Vehicle Registration and Drivers Licenses
• Access Canberra Services – government services and compliance activities
• Court and Justice Services
The total value of funding provided by the Australian Government to the ACT Government for services in Jervis Bay Territory for the period requested is as follows:
• 2015-16: $3,089,478
• 2016-17: $3,415,770
• 2017-18: $3,540,773 (note that this is the current year agreed amount but may be subject to change dependent on service needs)
(4) The provision of services by the ACT Government in Jervis Bay Territory is funded by the Australian Government through a mutually agreed yearly budget.
The Australian Government has additional arrangements with NSW state and local governments for the provision of other services to the Jervis Bay Territory. These include municipal and primary health services. Further, some services are provided in Jervis Bay Territory by Commonwealth entities such as the Australian Federal Police and Defence. The ACT Government does not have line of sight to the service arrangements between the Commonwealth and other Government agencies, and cannot comment on the funding value of the services provided by those agencies.
ACTION bus service—routes
(Question No 582)
Ms Lee asked the Minister for Transport and City Services, upon notice, on 25 August 2017:
(1) What is the exact route of the Green Rapid Bus.