- API www.data.act.gov.au | Last Updated 2018-09-10T07:28:29.000Z
This data set provides a count and percentage of trips categorised by method of transport. This data is obtained from individuals sampled in obtaining data for the ACT Household Travel Survey. A trip is defined as the travel between two main activities, where a stop may constitute a change in transport mode. As an example: driving from home to a park and ride facility, then catching a bus to an interchange, then walking to a shop to purchase an item and finally walking to work is comprised of 4 ‘stops’ and two ‘trips’. Note: This data represents travel and activity on an average weekday. The main method of travel across a trip is used to classify trip types.
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This layer provides information on select species or groups of species that are listed as threatened under the ACT Nature Conservation Act 2014 or the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation (EPBC) Act 1999. Exact locations of individual plants are withheld due to risk of disturbance and collection as outlined in the ACT Government Sensitive Ecological Spatial Data Policy (2016 in draft).
- API www.data.act.gov.au | Last Updated 2019-02-08T04:44:13.000Z
ACT Year 6 Physical Activity and Nutrition Survey (ACTPANS) The data is presented by the ACT Government for the purpose of disseminating information for the benefit of the public. The ACT Government has taken great care to ensure the information in this report is as correct and accurate as possible. Whilst the information is considered to be true and correct at the date of publication, changes in circumstances after the time of publication may impact on the accuracy of the information. Differences in statistical methods and calculations, data updates and guidelines may result in the information contained in this report varying from previously published information
- API www.data.act.gov.au | Last Updated 2018-06-07T01:49:02.000Z
Over the course of 2017-18, agencies reviewed their capital works program in light of forecast expenditure for the year and re-profiled project funding where appropriate.
- API www.data.act.gov.au | Last Updated 2018-12-17T22:51:40.000Z
Table of Budget 2017-2018 financed amounts grouped by directorate
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The ACT Parks & Conservation Service (PCS) manages about 73% or roughly 187,000 ha across the ACT and the Googong Foreshore, NSW. PCS implements an extensive ongoing bushfire fuel management program. Fuel management can reduce fire behaviour and severity, improve firefighter safety, increase the probability of suppression and reduce the impacts of bushfires on natural and built assets. The three means for managing bushfire fuels are reduction, removal and conversion to a less flammable type, and are achieved by undertaking the slashing, grazing, physical removal, and/or prescribed burns. These activities are described in a yearly program of work referred to as the Bushfire Operations Plan (BOP), which sets out activities to meet the requirements of theStrategic Bushfire Management Plan for the ACT (SBMP).The Bushfire Operational Plans map shows the Territory and Municipal Services Directorate (TAMS) Bushfire Operations Plan (BOP) for the current financial year. The TAMS BOP is derived from the 5 year Regional Fire Management Plans, which can also be viewed on this site. The TAMS BOP details the specific timing, type and location of fuel-reduction, access and infrastructure activities proposed to be undertaken in the ACT in the current financial; year, in accordance with Version 3 of the Strategic Bushfire Management Plan (SBMP). Creative Commons License Creative Common By Attribution 4.0 (Australian Capital Territory), Please read Data Terms and Conditions statement before use of the data.
- API www.data.act.gov.au | Last Updated 2018-09-10T06:54:49.000Z
The ACT Migration Program attracts overseas skilled workers, with occupations in demand, to work in Canberra by nominating their skilled migration visa application.
- API www.data.act.gov.au | Last Updated 2017-07-31T02:47:15.000Z
Dataset of ACT Government 2017-2018 budget capital works program
- API www.data.act.gov.au | Last Updated 2019-02-15T03:54:42.000Z
Strategic Bushfire Management Plan - Current Bushfire Prone AreasThe BPA map is a single risk-based map that defines the area of the ACT that has been assessed as being at high risk to life and property due to bushfires. Canberra’s built-up areas that are adjacent to forest and grassland are defined as BPAs, as is the ACT’s entire rural area. Identifying the at-risk areas on the BPA map has two principal purposes: It requires assessment to determine mandatory construction standards for buildings under the Australian Standards AS 3959 – Construction of buildings in bushfire prone areas. Concurrent with the development of the SBMP, the ACT Government is considering arrangements to extend BPAs (for the purposes of AS 3959 assessments) to include part of the built-up area of CanberraIt provides the means by which people in the community can assess their personal level of risk and provide the basis for targeted The BPA map will be reviewed as required to reflect changes in land use and tenure, and will be approved by the Commissioner. IMPORTANT NOTICE: The ACT Government is providing this bushfire management map for information purposes only. This data is derived from the best available vegetation. The ACT Government cannot and does not guarantee the accuracy and completeness of any data and information contained on this site as, among other reasons, there may have been changes to land use and vegetation since the map was produced. The ACT Government disclaims liability to any person who acts in reliance on the information provided on this site or contained within the reports or plans on it whether that liability is in negligence or on any other legal basis.Persons who would otherwise seek to rely on the data and information contained on this site should make their own inquiries and seek their own expert advice. BPA is already declared over the Rural Areas of the ACT for the purposes of AS 3959 assessment. Creative Commons License Creative Common By Attribution 4.0 (Australian Capital Territory), Please read Data Terms and Conditions statement before data use.
- API www.data.act.gov.au | Last Updated 2018-09-09T21:50:50.000Z
* Estimate has a relative standard error of 25% to 50% and should be used with caution. ** Estimate has a high level of sampling error (relative standard error of 51% to 90%), meaning that it is unsuitable for most uses. # Statistically significant change between 2013 and 2016. n.p. not published because of small numbers, confidentiality or other concerns about the quality of the data. Ex-drinker - Consumed at least a full serve of alcohol, but not in the previous 12 months. Abstainers - Not consumed alcohol in the previous 12 months. Low risk - On average, had no more than 2 standard drinks per day. Risky - On average, had more than 2 standard drinks per day. At least yearly - Had more than 4 standard drinks at least once a year but not as often as monthly. At least monthly - Had more than 4 standard drinks at least once a month but not as often as weekly. At least weekly - Had more than 4 standard drinks at least once a week. Lifetime - On average, had more than 2 standard drinks per day. Monthly - Had more than 4 standard drinks on one occasion at least once a month. Note:The calculation of alcohol risk was updated in 2013. ‘Abstainers’ no longer equate to ‘never’ and ‘ex-drinkers’ combined because the calculation now excludes drinkers who did not indicate the quantity of alcohol they consumed. Trend data will not match data presented in previous reports. Refer to technical notes for further details. The data is presented by the ACT Government for the purpose of disseminating information for the benefit of the public. The ACT Government has taken great care to ensure the information in this report is as correct and accurate as possible. Whilst the information is considered to be true and correct at the date of publication, changes in circumstances after the time of publication may impact on the accuracy of the information. Differences in statistical methods and calculations, data updates and guidelines may result in the information contained in this report varying from previously published information.