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Roads Grants Act 1974

Authoritative Version
Act No. 53 of 1974 as made
An Act to grant Financial Assistance to the States in relation to Roads other than National Roads.
Administered by: Infrastructure and Transport
Date of Assent 20 Sep 1974
Date of repeal 22 Sep 1999
Repealed by Statute Stocktake Act 1999

ROADS GRANTS ACT 1974

 

No. 53 of 1974

 

An Act to grant Financial Assistance to the States in relation to Roads other than National Roads.

 

BE IT ENACTED by the Queen, the Senate and the House of Representatives of Australia, as follows:—

Short title.

1.   This Act may be cited as the Roads Grants Act 1974.

Commencement.

2.   This Act shall come into operation on the day on which it receives the Royal Assent.

Interpretation.

3. (1) In this Act, unless the contrary intention appears—

“approved program” means a program of projects approved by the Minister under section 4;

“approved project” means a project in an approved program;

“beef road” means a rural road that is for the time being declared by the Minister to be a beef road for the purposes of this Act;

“construction”, in relation to a road, includes—

(a) the reconstruction or realignment of the road;

(b) the bringing of the road to a higher standard;

(c) investigation and associated engineering studies in connexion with—

(i) the construction, reconstruction or realignment of the road;

(ii) the bringing of the road to a higher standard; or

(iii) the planning of alternative routes for the road;

(d) the acquisition of land for the purpose of—

(i) constructing, reconstructing or realigning the road; or

(ii) bringing the road to a higher standard; and

(e) the doing of any other thing in relation to a matter specified in paragraph (a) or (b) approved by the Minister for the purposes of this definition,

but does not include the maintenance of the road;

“developmental road” means a rural road that is for the time being declared by the Minister to be a developmental road for the purposes of this Act;

“maintenance”, in relation to a road, includes the repair of the road;

“minor traffic engineering and road safety improvements” includes—

(a) works for the purpose of regulating the movement of persons or vehicles on a road; and

(b) works designed to promote the safety of persons using a road;

“national road” has the same meaning as in the National Roads Act 1974;

“period to which this Act applies” means the period that commenced on 1 July 1974 and ends on 30 June 1977;

“project” means a project by way of—

(a) the construction of rural arterial roads, developmental roads, urban arterial roads, urban local roads or beef roads;

(b) the construction and maintenance of rural local roads; or

(c) minor traffic engineering and road safety improvements;

“road” includes—

(a) a road sign;

(b) traffic control equipment;

(c) street lighting equipment;

(d) a vehicular ferry;

(e) a bridge or tunnel, including a bridge or tunnel for the use of pedestrians;

(f) a path for the use of persons riding bicycles;

(g) a ramp provided to facilitate the launching of boats; and

(h) vehicular access from a road to a ramp referred to in paragraph (g),

associated with a road;

“road planning or research” has the same meaning as in the Transport (Planning and Research) Act 1974;

“road works” means—

(a) the construction of roads;

(b) the maintenance of roads; and

(c) minor traffic engineering and road safety improvements;

“rural arterial road” means a rural road that is for the time being declared by the Minister to be a rural arterial road for the purposes of this Act;

“rural local road” means a rural road that is not a national road, a rural arterial road, a developmental road or a beef road;

“rural road” means a road or proposed road not in an urban area;

“urban area” means an area designated for the purposes of the Census taken in the year 1971 as—

(a) the Sydney Statistical Division;

(b) the Melbourne Statistical Division;

(c) the Brisbane Statistical Division;

(d) the Adelaide Statistical Division;

(e) the Perth Statistical Division;

(f) the Hobart Statistical Division;

(g) the Newcastle Statistical District;

(h) the Wollongong Statistical District;

(j) the Geelong Statistical District;

(k) Urban Ballarat;

(l) Urban Bendigo;

(m) Urban Townsville;

(n) Urban Toowoomba;

(p) Urban Gold Coast;

(q) Urban Rockhampton; or

(r) Urban Launceston;

“urban arterial road” means a road or proposed road in an urban area that is for the time being declared by the Minister to be an urban arterial road, or urban sub-arterial road, for the purposes of this Act, being a road that is, or a proposed road that, if con­structed, would be, a Class 6 road or a Class 7 road according to the Functional Classification of Roads included in the Report on Roads in Australia 1973 prepared by the Commonwealth Bureau of Roads;

“urban local road” means a road or proposed road in an urban area that is not a national road or an urban arterial road;

“year to which this Act applies” means the year that commenced on 1 July 1974 or either of the 2 next succeeding years.

(2) An amount paid by a State to a municipal, shire or other local authority for a particular purpose shall, for the purposes of this Act, be deemed to have been expended by the State for that purpose, and an amount set aside by a State for payment to a municipal, shire or other local authority for a particular purpose shall, for the purposes of this Act, be deemed to have been set aside by the State for expenditure for that purpose.

(3) For the purposes of this Act, moneys paid or credited by a State to a trust account or other account in the Treasury of the State shall not be taken, by reason only of their having been so paid or credited, to have been expended by the State.

(4) Where particulars of a project included in an approved program of projects have been approved under section 4, an amount expended in the carrying out of works constituting the project otherwise than in accordance with those particulars shall be deemed not to have been expended in accordance with that approved program of projects.


 

(5) Where a variation of a program has been approved under this Act, references in this Act to the program shall be read as references to the program as so varied.

Approved programs.

4. (1) A Minister may notify a State the date before which a program of projects in respect of a period to which this section applies, being projects of a specified kind, is to be submitted to him for approval, and may, if the notice relates to a program of projects by way of the construction of urban arterial roads, in the notice, inform the State that the program should include all the projects of that kind that are to be carried out by the State and by municipal, shire and other local authorities in that period.

(2) For the purposes of this Act, the Minister, after consultation with the appropriate Minister of a State—

(a) may approve programs of projects by way of—

(i) the construction of rural arterial roads;

(ii) the construction of developmental roads;

(iii) the construction and maintenance of rural local roads; and

(iv) minor traffic engineering and road safety improvements, respectively, in respect of the State for a period to which this section applies; and

(b) may approve particulars of a project to be carried out in that period in accordance with such an approved program.

(3) For the purposes of this Act, the Minister, after consultation with the appropriate Minister of a State—

(a) may approve a program of projects by way of the construction of urban arterial roads in respect of the State for a period to which this section applies; and

(b) may approve particulars of a project to be carried out in that period in accordance with the approved program.

(4) The Minister, after consultation with the appropriate Minister of a State—

(a) may approve a program of projects by way of the construction of urban local roads in respect of the State for a period to which this section applies; and

(b) may approve particulars of a project to be carried out in that period in accordance with the approved program.

(5) The Minister of State for Northern Development, with the concurrence of the Minister and after consultation with the appropriate Minister of the State of Queensland—

(a) may approve a program of projects by way of the construction of beef roads in respect of that State for a period to which this section applies; and

(b) may approve particulars of a project to be carried out in that period in accordance with the approved program.

(6) A reference in this section to a project by way of the construction, or of the construction and maintenance, of roads of a particular kind includes a reference to the purchase of road making plant to be used in the construction, or construction and maintenance, as the case requires, of roads of that kind.

(7) The Minister may notify a State that a project included in a program of projects submitted by the State for approval under sub-section (3) will not be included in an approved program of projects until par­ticulars of the project have been approved by him under that sub-section.

(8) Where a Minister approves a program of projects for a period to which this section applies—

(a) if the program includes a project that is a stage of a larger project and the Minister has approved the carrying out of the larger project partly in that period and partly in a succeeding period to which this section applies—the Minister shall be deemed to have approved the inclusion of the stage of the project to be carried out in a succeeding period to which this section applies in the program of projects to be carried out in that succeeding period; and

(b) if the program includes a project that is to be carried out in that period but the project is not completed in that period—the Minister shall, unless the period is the period referred to in paragraph (10)(c), be deemed to have approved the inclusion of the uncompleted part of the project in the program of projects for the next following period to which this section applies.

(9) A Minister may—

(a) approve a variation of a program of projects approved by him;

(b) approve a variation of particulars of a project approved by him; and

(c) with the agreement of the State, revoke an approval of particulars of a project approved by him.

(10) A reference in this section, in relation to a State, to a period to which this section applies is a reference to—

(a) a period commencing on a date fixed by the Minister in respect of the State for the purposes of this sub-section and ending on 30 June 1975;

(b) the year commencing on 1 July 1975 and ending on 30 June 1976; or

(c) the year commencing on 1 July 1976 and ending on 30 June 1977.

Amount of grants.

5. (1) Subject to this Act, there is payable to each State, in respect of each year specified in Schedule 1, by way of financial assistance, the amount that is applicable to the State in respect of that year in accordance with that Schedule.

(2) Moneys are payable to a State under sub-section (1) for the purpose of carrying out projects included in an approved program.

Purposes for which financial assistance maybe applied.

6. (1) The grant of financial assistance to a State in accordance with section 5 is subject to the condition that the State will comply with this section.

(2) A State shall, out of moneys paid to it under section 5 in respect of a year, expend during that year on the construction of rural arterial roads, in accordance with the approved program of projects for that year or a part of that year, an amount equal to the amount that is applicable to the State in respect of that year in accordance with Schedule 2 less any amounts expended in that year on the construction of developmental roads in accordance with the approved program of projects for that year or a part of that year.

(3) A State shall, out of moneys paid to it under section 5 in respect of a year, expend during that year on the construction and maintenance of rural local roads, in accordance with the approved program of projects for that year or a part of that year, an amount equal to the amount that is applicable to the State in respect of that year in accordance with Schedule 3.

(4) A State shall, out of moneys paid to it under section 5 in respect of a year, expend during that year on minor traffic engineering and road safety improvements, in accordance with the approved program of projects for that year or a part of that year, an amount equal to the amount that is applicable to the State in respect of that year in accordance with Schedule 4.

(5) A State shall, out of moneys paid to it under section 5 in respect of a year, expend during that year on the construction of urban arterial roads, in accordance with the approved program of projects for that year or a part of that year, an amount equal to the amount that is applicable to the State in respect of that year in accordance with Schedule 5.

(6) A State shall, out of moneys paid to it under section 5 in respect of a year, expend during that year on the construction of urban local roads, in accordance with the approved program of projects for that year or a part of that year, an amount equal to the amount that is applicable to the State in respect of that year in accordance with Schedule 6.

(7) The State of Queensland shall, out of moneys paid to it under section 5, expend during that year on the construction of beef roads, in accordance with the approved program of projects for that year or a part of that year, an amount equal to the amount that is applicable to the State in respect of that year in accordance with Schedule 7.


 

(8) A State shall, out of moneys paid to it under section 5 in respect of a year, expend during that year on the construction of developmental roads, in accordance with the approved program for that year or a part of that year, an amount determined by the Minister in relation to that program, being an amount not greater than 10 per centum of the amount that is applicable to the State in respect of that year in accordance with Schedule 2.

(9) The Minister may vary a determination under sub-section (8) so as to reduce the amount specified in the determination.

(10) Subject to sub-section (11), a State may, for the purposes of this section, treat moneys expended by the State in a year to which this Act applies directly in connexion with the provision or maintenance of roads, including national roads, in the State, not being moneys expended in respect of particular road works, as having been expended in that year by the State in respect of an approved project carried out by the State in that year.

(11) Moneys treated as having been expended in respect of an approved project in a year by virtue of sub-section (10)—

(a) shall not include any moneys treated, by virtue of that sub-section, as having been expended in respect of any other approved project or treated, by virtue of sub-section 7(6) of the National Roads Act 1974, as having been expended on an approved project within the meaning of that Act; and

(b) shall not exceed, in the aggregate, 4 per centum of the moneys otherwise expended in respect of that project in that year.

(12) For the purposes of this section, moneys expended by a State, out of moneys paid to it under section 5 in respect of the year that commenced on 1 July 1974, on the construction, or on the  construction and maintenance, as the case may be, of roads of a particular kind, or on minor traffic engineering and road safety improvements, before the date fixed by the Minister in respect of the State for the purpose of paragraph 4(10)(a) shall be deemed to have been so expended in accordance with the approved program of projects by way of the construction, or the con­struction and maintenance, of roads of that kind or by way of minor traffic engineering and road safety improvements, as the case may be, for that year.

Moneys expended after year in which they are paid to State.

7.   Moneys—

(a) paid to the State under this Act in a year;

(b) set aside by the State in that year for expenditure in accordance with this Act; and

(c) expended by the State during the period of 6 months immediately following the expiration of that year, or within such further period as the Treasurer, with the concurrence of the Minister, approves,

shall, for the purposes of section 6, be deemed to have been expended in that year.

Variations of amounts specified in Schedules.

8. (1) Where a State satisfies the Minister that the amount specified in Schedule 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 7 in relation to a State in respect of a year is greater than the amount that the State has been, or will be, able to expend in accordance with this Act, for the purpose applicable to the amount under sub-section 6(2), (3), (4), (5), (6) or (7), whichever is relevant, the Minister may direct that the amount so specified in that Schedule shall be deemed to be reduced by such amount as is specified by the Minister.

(2) Where the Minister gives a direction under sub-section (1) with respect to an amount specified in a Schedule in relation to a State or a direction under section 11 of the National Roads Act 1974 in relation to an amount specified in a Schedule to that Act in relation to a State, the Minister may, subject to sub-section (3), direct that such other amounts, or such amounts, as the case requires, (if any) specified in a Schedule to this Act in relation to the State be deemed to be increased or reduced by such specified amounts as the Minister considers necessary in consequence of that direction.

(3) A direction shall not be given under sub-section (2) in relation to a State—

(a) if it could result in the State becoming liable to repay an amount to Australia under this Act; or

(b) if the effect of the direction, and of the direction given under sub-section (1) of this section or under section 11 of the National Roads Act 1974, in consequence of which it was given, would result in the sum of the amounts available for payment to the State by way of financial assistance under this Act and under that Act exceeding the sum of the amounts available for payment to the State by way of financial assistance under those Acts in accordance with the Schedules set out in those Acts.

(4) The Minister shall not—

(a) give a direction under sub-section (2) in consequence of a direction given under section 11 of the National Roads Act 1974; or

(b) give a direction under sub-section (2) with respect to an amount specified in a Schedule to this Act in relation to a year in consequence of a direction given by him under sub-section (1) with respect to an amount specified in such a Schedule in relation to another year,

unless the Treasurer has concurred in the direction.

(5) Where the Minister gives a direction under sub-section (1) or, (2) this Act has effect as if any amounts referred to in the direction had been reduced or increased, as the case may be, in accordance with the Minister’s direction.

Expenditure by State from its own resources.

9. (1) In this section, “the quota”, in relation to a State and in relation to a year, means the amount applicable to the State in respect of that year in accordance with Schedule 8 as adjusted in accordance with sub-section (2).

(2) Where the quota applicable to a State in respect of the year that commenced on 1 July 1974 or the year commencing on 1 July 1975 is greater or less than the amount, or the aggregate of the amounts, that the State has, during that year, from its own resources, expended, or set aside for expenditure, on road works, the quota otherwise applicable to the State in respect of the next following year shall be deemed to be reduced or increased by the amount of the excess or deficiency.

(3) Where the quota applicable to a State in respect of the year com­mencing on 1 July 1976 exceeds the amount, or the aggregate of the amounts, that the State has, during that year, from its own resources, expended, or set aside for expenditure, on road works, the State shall pay to Australia an amount equal to the excess, or such lesser amount as the Treasurer determines.

(4) For the purposes of this section, an amount set aside for expendi­ture during a year to which this Act applies shall not be taken into account as an amount so set aside unless it is expended during a period of 6 months next following the expiration of that year, and shall not be taken into account in the year in which it is expended.

(5) For the purposes of this section, an amount expended, or set aside for expenditure, by a State—

(a) in payment of interest on moneys borrowed by the State and expended by the State on road works; or

(b) on road planning or research,

may be treated as an amount expended, or set aside for expenditure, by the State on road works and, if so treated, shall, for the purposes of sub-section (6) be deemed to be such an amount.

(6) Where a State has received, or is entitled to receive, financial assistance under the National Roads Act 1974 or under the Transport (Planning and Research) Act 1974 in relation to any moneys expended by the State, or set aside by the State for expenditure, on road works, the State shall be deemed, for the purposes of this section, to have expended, or set aside for expenditure, from its own resources on those road works the amount (if any) by which the amount of those moneys exceeds the amount of that financial assistance.

(7) Moneys expended by a State in a year to which this Act applies directly in connexion with the provision or maintenance of roads, including national roads, in the State, other than moneys expended in respect of particular road works or treated by the State for the purpose of section 6 of this Act, or of sub-section 7 (6) of the National Roads Act 1974, as having been expended in respect of a project carried out by the State in that year shall be deemed to be expenditure in respect of road works for the purposes of this section.


 

Statements of expenditure, &c., to be furnished.

10. (1) In addition to the conditions specified in any other provision of this Act, payment of an amount to a State under this Act in respect of a year is subject to the condition that the State will submit to the Treasurer—

(a) as soon as practicable after 30 June in that year, a statement, in accordance with a form approved by him—

(i) as to the expenditure by the State during that year out of that amount and as to any sum set aside during that year out of that amount for expenditure by the State but not expended during that year; and

(ii) as to amounts expended on road works by the State from its own resources during that year and as to any sum set aside during that year for expenditure by the State from its own resources on road works but not expended during that year;

(b) as soon as practicable after 31 December in the next succeeding year, a statement, in accordance with a form so approved—

(i) as to the expenditure by the State during the period of 6 months ended on that date out of any sum set aside but not expended as mentioned in sub-paragraph (a)(i); and

(ii) as to amounts expended on road works by the State from its own resources during the period of 6 months ended on that date out of any sum set aside but not expended as mentioned in sub-paragraph (a)(ii); and

(c) if the Treasurer so directs, a certificate by the Auditor-General of the State certifying that, in his opinion, such of the contents of a statement referred to in paragraph (a) or (b) as the Treasurer specifies are correct.

(2) An amount shown in a statement mentioned in paragraph (1)(b) as having been expended during the period referred to in the paragraph shall not be shown to have been expended in any succeeding statement furnished by a State under sub-section (1).

Special conditions as to repayments.

11. (1) This section applies to and in relation to a program of projects by way of the construction of urban arterial roads if the Minister informed the State, in the notice given under sub-section 4 (1) in relation to the program, that the program should include all the projects of that kind to be carried out by the State and by municipal, shire and other local authorities in the period to which the program relates.

(2) Where this section applies to and in relation to a program of projects by way of the construction of urban arterial roads approved in respect of a State, payment of an amount to the State under this Act is subject to the condition that the State will repay that amount, or such lesser amount as the Minister, with the concurrence of the Treasurer, determines, to Australia if the Minister notifies the State that he is satisfied that the State or a municipal, shire or other local authority has, in the year to which the program applies, expended any moneys on the carrying out of projects of that kind that were not included in the program of projects of that kind approved in respect of the State.

Conditions as to repayment.

12. (1) In addition to the conditions specified in any other provision of this Act, payment of an amount to a State under this Act is subject to the following conditions: —

(a) that the State will repay to Australia, on demand by the Treasurer, the amount by which, at the time of the demand, the total of the amounts paid to the State under this Act exceeds the total of the amounts that have become payable to the State under this Act;

(b) that the State shall, if requested by the Minister to do so, establish a body or bodies, representative of Departments and other bodies in the State concerned with roads or road transport, to carry out planning and furnish advice to the State Government in connexion with the provision or maintenance of roads in the State;

(c) that the State shall, if requested by the Minister to do so, arrange for a representative or representatives of the Australian Government nominated by the Minister to take part in the deliberations of a body specified by the Minister, being a body established, whether before or after the commencement of this Act and whether by reason of a request under paragraph (b) or otherwise, by the State to carry out planning, and furnish advice, in connexion with the provision or maintenance of roads in the State;

(d) that the State will, if the Minister so directs, furnish to the Minis­ter, as soon as practicable after such date as the Minister specifies, such particulars as the Minister specifies concerning projects that the State is carrying out by way of planning the construction or maintenance of roads;

(e) that, if the Minister informs the Treasurer of the State that he is satisfied that the State has failed to fulfil a condition applicable to that amount, the State will repay the amount or such part of the amount as the Minister specifies, to Australia; and

(f) that the Treasurer may deduct any sum repayable under paragraph (a) or (e) from an amount payable by Australia to the State under this Act.

(2) In addition to the conditions specified in any other provision in this Act, the grant of financial assistance to a State in accordance with this Act is subject to the condition that if the sum of the amounts paid to a State by way of financial assistance under this Act in a year has not been expended, or otherwise dealt with, in accordance with this Act, the State shall, on demand, pay to Australia an amount specified by the Treasurer, being an amount not greater than so much of the sum of those amounts as has not been so expended or otherwise dealt with.

Time and manner of payments.

13. Payments to a State under this Act shall be made at such times, and in such amounts, as the Treasurer approves.

Appropriation.

14. Payments under this Act may be made out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund, which is appropriated accordingly.

Delegations.

15. (1) A Minister referred to in section 4 may, either generally or otherwise as provided by the instrument or delegation, by writing under his hand, delegate to an officer of the Australian Public Service any of his powers under that section.

(2) A power so delegated may be exercised in accordance with the instrument of delegation.

(3) A delegate of a Minister is, in the exercise of his powers under this Act, subject to the directions of the Minister.

(4) A delegation under this section is revocable at will and does not prevent the exercise of a power by a Minister.

 

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SCHEDULE 1                                     Section 5(1)

DIVISION OF TOTAL GRANT AMONG STATES

State

Year commencing 1 July 1974

Year commencing 1 July 1975

Year commencing 1 July 1976

Total

 

$

$

$

$

New South Wales............................

73,500,000

67,200,000

66,800,000

207,500,000

Victoria............................................

52,300,000

51,500,000

52,800,000

156,600,000

Queensland......................................

49,400,000

48,700,000

49,600,000

147,700,000

South Australia................................

14,300,000

15,100,000

15,600,000

45,000,000

Western Australia............................

38,500,000

37,500,000

37,200.000

113,200,000

Tasmania..........................................

11,400,000

9,900,000

8,700,000

30,000,000

Total......................................

239,400,000

229,900,000

230,700,000

700,000,000

 

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SCHEDULE 2                    Section 6(2) and (8)

AMOUNTS OF GRANTS TO BE EXPENDED ON THE CONSTRUCTION OF RURAL ARTERIAL ROADS AND DEVELOPMENTAL ROADS

State

Year commencing 1 July 1974

Year commencing 1 July 1975

Year commencing 1 July 1976

Total

 

$

$

$

$

New South Wales...................................

11,200,000

9,700,000

8,800,000

29,700,000

Victoria...................................................

3,700,000

3,000,000

2,800,000

9,500,000

Queensland.............................................

12,100,000

8,900,000

9,800,000

30,800,000

South Australia.......................................

1,100,000

1,500,000

2,100,000

4,700,000

Western Australia...................................

9,900,000

7,800,000

5,900,000

23,600,000

Tasmania.................................................

2,700,000

2,200,000

1,800,000

6,700,000

Total............................................

40,700,000

33,100,000

31,200,000

105,000,000

 

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SCHEDULE 3                           Section 6(3)

AMOUNTS OF GRANTS TO BE EXPENDED ON THE CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE OF RURAL LOCAL ROADS

State

Year commencing 1 July 1974

Year commencing 1 July 1975

Year commencing 1 July 1976

Total

 

$

$

$

$

New South Wales......................................

15,500,000

14,000,000

13,500,000

43,000,000

Victoria......................................................

12,100,000

5,100,000

4,700,000

21,900,000

Queensland................................................

14,200,000

13,200,000

12,300,000

39,700,000

South Australia..........................................

4,400,000

4,500,000

4,300,000

13,200,000

Western Australia......................................

9,200,000

9,100,000

9,000,000

27,300,000

Tasmania....................................................

4,300,000

3,500,000

3,100,000

10,900,000

Total...............................................

59,700,000

49,400,000

46,900,000

156,000,000

 

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SCHEDULE 4                              Section 6(4)

AMOUNTS OF GRANTS TO BE EXPENDED ON MINOR TRAFFIC ENGINEERING AND ROAD SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS

State

Year commencing 1 July 1974

Year commencing 1 July 1975

Year commencing 1 July 1976

Total

 

$

$

$

$

New South Wales............................................

2,000,000

2,600,000

3,300,000

7,900,000

Victoria............................................................

1,500,000

2,100,000

2,600,000

6,200,000

Queensland......................................................

1,500,000

2,100,000

2,600,000

6,200,000

South Australia................................................

1,400,000

1,500,000

1,500,000

4,400,000

 


 

SCHEDULE 4–continued

State

Year commencing 1 July 1974

Year commencing 1 July 1975

Year commencing 1 July 1976

Total

 

$

$

$

$

Western Australia.........................................

800,000

1,200,000

1,600,000

3,600,000

Tasmania......................................................

500,000

600,000

600,000

1,700,000

Total..................................................

7,700,000

10,100,000

12,200,000

30,000,000

 

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SCHEDULE 5                          Section 6(5)

AMOUNTS OF GRANTS TO BE EXPENDED ON THE CONSTRUCTION OF URBAN ARTERIAL ROADS

State

Year commencing 1 July 1974

Year commencing 1 July 1975

Year commencing 1 July 1976

Total

 

$

$

$

$

New South Wales.............................

42,800,000

37,600,000

36,600,000

117,000,000

Victoria.............................................

33,000,000

38,100,000

38,100,000

109,200,000

Queensland.......................................

14,700,000

13,800,000

13,700,000

42,200,000

South Australia.................................

6,900,000

6,800,000

6,600,000

20,300,000

Western Australia.............................

18,100,000

18,600,000

19,500,000

56,200,000

Tasmania...........................................

3,800,000

3,400,000

2,900,000

10,100,000

Total.......................................

119,300,000

118,300,000

117,400,000

355,000,000

 

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SCHEDULE 6                                        Section6(6)

AMOUNTS OF GRANTS TO BE EXPENDED ON THE CONSTRUCTION OF

URBAN LOCAL ROADS

State

Year commencing 1 July 1974

Year commencing 1 July 1975

Year commencing 1 July 1976

Total

 

$

$

$

$

New South Wales.............................

2,000,000

3,300,000

4,600,000

9,900,000

Victoria.............................................

2,000,000

3,200,000

4,600,000

9,800,000

Queensland.......................................

900,000

1,700,000

2,200,000

4,800,000

South Australia.................................

500,000

800,000

1,100,000

2,400,000

Western Australia.............................

500,000

800,000

1,200,000

2,500,000

Tasmania...........................................

100,000

200,000

300,000

600,000

Total......................................

6,000,000

10,000,000

14,000,000

30,000,000

 

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SCHEDULE 7                           Section 6(7)

AMOUNTS OF GRANTS TO BE EXPENDED ON THE CONSTRUCTION OF

BEEF ROADS

State

Year commencing 1 July 1974

Year commencing 1 July 1975

Year commencing 1 July 1976

Total

 

$

$

$

$

Queensland.......................................

6,000,000

9,000,000

9,000,000

24,000,000

 

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SCHEDULE 8                           Section 9(1)

QUOTAS

State

Year commencing 1 July 1974

Year commencing 1 July 1975

Year commencing 1 July 1976

 

$

$

$

New South Wales.....................................................

124,600,000

124,600,000

124,600,000

Victoria.....................................................................

83,300,000

93,700,000

104,200,000

Queensland...............................................................

36,300,000

42,500,000

49,100,000

South Australia.........................................................

25,400,000

28,400,000

31,400,000

Western Australia.....................................................

23,800,000

28,400,000

33,600,000

Tasmania...................................................................

8,500,000

9,500,000

10,400,000

 

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