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PLEASE EXPLAIN? 42 YARRA TRAM
“TIPS” When you travel with myki on a tram you don't always need to touch off at the end of your journey. That's because you can now travel from one end of a tram route to the other on a Zone 1 fare. On three tram routes - 75, 86 and 109 - the ends of the line furthest from the city have a short Zone 2 section (which overlaps with Zone 1). If your tram trip is entirely in Zone 2 you must touch on and touch off to get the lower Zone 2 fare, otherwise there is no need to touch off on a tram. Source: http://ptv.vic.gov.au/tickets/myki/touching-on-and-off/
ORIGINAL BUDGET $340M. $1.55BN LATER…
45 Space shuttle launch $426 million Mars Rover mission $777 million Market value of Virgin Australia airlines $1.46 billion Total assets of Ford Motor Company, Australia $1.5 billion Source: https://sites.google.com/site/cheaperthanmyki/home
64 “We do not want
to continue running government as a series of disjointed silos.” – SIR JEREMY HEYWOOD, CABINET SECRETARY & HEAD OF THE CIVIL SERVICE Source: https://civilserviceleaders.blog.gov.uk/2014/09/26/more-than-just-websites/
UNIDIR & THE POLICY LAB
The Security Needs Assessment Protocol: Improving Operational Effectiveness through Community Security Derek B. Miller and Lisa Rudnick UNIDIR Designed and printed by the Publishing Service, United Nations, Geneva GE-08.00757 — April 2008 — 4,730 — UNIDIR/2008/4 UNITEDNATIONS UNIDIR UNITED NATIONS INSTITUTE FOR DISARMAMENT RESEARCH UNIDIRTheSecurityNeedsAssessmentProtocol:ImprovingOperationalEffectivenessthroughCommunitySecurity The Security Needs Assessment Protocol project of the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research is working to improve operational effectiveness—meaning the impact and sustainable success of any undertaking designed to effect social change in a community—in humanitarian, development and security operations by improving the design of ﬁeld-level activities that pertain to community security. The project aims to create a systematic and rapid means of assessing local security problems as they are understood by community members themselves. This Protocol could be applied by interested agencies to conduct cooperative cultural research in the community, and then use the knowledge gained to better align resources with local needs.
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