Ministerial Statement Public Bus Transport System
Tabled paper 794
Tabled Papers for 9th Assembly 2001 - 2005; Tabled Papers; ParliamentNT
Tabled By Clare Martin
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further refinements of this fuel technology which will, it is hoped, enable other vehicles to meet Commonwealth criteria so tha t a further five vehicles can be converted. It is a significant achievement that the Territory has become a world leader in developing dual fuel LPG/Diesel delivery systems for older passenger buses. BUS SERVICES I would like to now look at bus services. On an average weekday during school term there are over 960 public bus runs plus almost 130 dedicated school runs across the Territory. On the Darwinbus urban and rural public network there are 25 individual public route services, there are also 21 school services. In Palmerston there are seven school services and in the Darwin Rural Area there are 28 school services. The public network is structured with a majority of feeder services to connect suburbs to the Casuarina and Palmerston
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