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No. 2012/1 Other as made
This instrument amends the Nation Building Program (National Land Transport) Act 2009 - Determination of the Nation Building Program Roads to Recovery List pursuant to section 87 of the Act - Instrument No. 2009/1 to reflect the fact that the Roads and Traffic Authority has been abolished and Roads and Maritme Services has taken over responsibility for roads in the unincorporated areas of NSW.
Administered by: Infrastructure and Transport
Registered 09 Feb 2012
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR13-Feb-2012
Tabled Senate27-Feb-2012
Date of repeal 19 Mar 2014
Repealed by Infrastructure and Regional Development (Spent and Redundant Instruments) Repeal Regulation 2014

Nation Building Program (National Land Transport) Act 2009


Instrument No.2012/1


I, deborah Mackrell, Acting General Manager, South East Roads, Department of Infrastructure and Transport, under section 88 of the Nation Building Program (National Land Transport) Act 2009 vary Instrument 2009/1 made by the Minister on 26 February 2009 and headed ‘Determination of the AusLink Roads to Recovery List pursuant to Section 87 of the Act’ as amended by Instrument No. 2009/2 made on 22 July 2009, Instrument No. 2009/3 made on 28 September 2009, Instrument No. 2010/1 made on 21 October 2010, Instrument No. 2011/1 made on 4 July 2011 and Instrument No. 2011/2 made on 24 August 2011 and the Roads to Recovery List ('the List') at Schedule 1 of the instrument as follows:


1.      Variations


In Schedule 1 of the List, in the part relating to New South Wales:


(a)        insert the named recipient ‘Roads and Maritime Services’ and the corresponding amount of ‘$2,720,000’ at the correct alphabetical position; and


(b)        for the Roads and Traffic Authority, a named recipient in the 'Funding Recipients' column, amend the associated amount in the ‘Roads to Recovery Grant’ column to $680,000.

2.      Commencement


This instrument commences on 15 February 2012.


Dated:  3 February 2012








Deborah Mackrell

Delegate of the Minister for Infrastructure and Transport