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8651 - COST OF REMOVING OR RELOCATING BUS SHELTERS

Haylen, Jo to the Minister for Transport and Infrastructure
  1. Has Roads and Maritime Services or any other New South Wales government agency borne any of the cost of physically removing or relocating bus shelters as part of the Government's Bus Priority Infrastructure Program, or has all of this cost been the responsibility of local councils?
  2. With respect to the most recent round of rationalisations for routes 412, 422, 423, 426 and 428, how many shelters have been removed or relocated or are scheduled to be removed ore relocated?

  3. Is the Government or its agencies paying for these works?

    1. If not, what support is the Government providing to councils to remove or relocate these shelters?

Answer -

I am advised :

The Government's Bus Priority Infrastructure Program has offered funding to local councils where a number of bus stops have been removed or relocated to improve bus joumey times and reliability. This includes adjustments to existing bus shelters, seats, bins or footpaths.

Information about the Government's Bus Priority Infrastructure Pro rain is available on the Roads and Maritime Services website.

Question asked on 7 June 2018 (session 56-1) and printed in Questions & Answers Paper No. 189
Answer received on 6 July 2018 and printed in Questions & Answers Paper No. 193