- When will local councils who apply for the $15 million Streets as Shared Spaces program know whether they have been successful?
- What is the timeline for delivering projects under this program?
- How will public submissions on the online social pinpoint map feed into the application process and be weighted in relation to council applications?
- How will the Department use this information?
- Is the $15 million for the Streets as Shared Spaces program allocated from within the Planning, Industry and Environment Cluster, the Transport cluster, or elsewhere?
- Is the $15 million for the Streets as Shared Spaces program a part of the $246 million allocated to active transport in the State Budget, or in addition to it?
When available, the answer can be found here.