During Parliamentary Budget Estimates on Tuesday 10 August 2021, I asked about funding for active transport infrastructure like walking and cycling paths.
Unfortunately we were running out of time so the answer's very short, but you can read it below or in the official Queensland Parliament Record of Proceedings (Hansard).
Mr BERKMAN: Director-General, the $112 million Active Transport Investment Program that was outlined in the Cycling Action Plan 2019-2022 looks to have expired a month ago at the end of the 2020-21 financial year. What is the budget allocation for that Active Transport Investment Program this
year and across the next four years?
Mr Scales: The Cycling and Walking Strategy is well-known. I am saying that the—
CHAIR: Director-General, we are going to have to be very brief with the answer.
Mr Scales: We are now investing a record $252 million over the next four years.