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Thursday, 21 February 1980
Page: 325


Mr Hayden asked the Minister for Transport, upon notice, on 2 1 November 1979:

What sums were paid by the Commonwealth in the Electoral Divisions of ( 1 ) Northern Territory, (2) Canberra, (3) Kalgoorlie, (4) Perth, (5) Swan, (6) Sturt, (7) Kingston, (8) Ballarat, (9) Bendigo, (10) Deakin, (11) McMillan, (12) Isaacs, ( 13) Henty, ( 14) Holt, ( 15) La Trobe, ( 16) Hotham, (17) Bass, (18) Franklin, (19) Braddon, (20) Wilmot, (21) Denison, (22) Wide Bay, (23) Herbert, (24) Fadden, (25) Dawson, (26) Lilley, (27) Bowman, (28) Brisbane, (29) Leichhardt, (30) Calare, (31) Eden-Monaro, (32) Cook, (33) Lowe, (34) Barton, (35) Macquarie, (36) St George, (37) Phillip and (38) Macarthur for each urban public transport program during (a) 1975-76, (b) 1976-77, (c) 1977-78, (d) 1978-79 and (e) 1 July 1979 to date.


Mr Hunt -The answer to the honourable member's question is as follows:

Commonwealth assistance in respect of urban public transport is not evaluated or allocated on the basis of Electoral Divisions. The information requested is therefore not available.

I should comment that the Electoral Divisions of Northern Territory, Canberra, Kalgoorlie, McMillan, Braddon, Wilmot, Wide Bay, Herbert, Dawson, Calare and EdenMonaro are outside the urban areas specified under the legislation.

Commonwealth assistance paid to the States under the Urban Public Transport Improvement program for the period specified is set out in the table below.

 







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