Roads and Maritime sourced revenue primarily came from Sydney Harbour Bridge and Tunnel tolls, rental income, external commercial services, fees for services provided, special number plate sales, advertising, maritime services and electronic tag revenue.
State funding includes motor vehicle weight taxes and direct cash allocations, Housing Acceleration Fund and Restart NSW.
Federal funding was received from the Nation Building Program and the Building Australia Fund.
|Motor vehicle taxes (State)||1,991|
|State consolidated fund allocation||2,120|
|Roads and Maritime revenue||803|
*Non-cash revenue has been excluded
Expenditure consisted of operational expenses, excluding non-cash items, incurred to achieve Roads and Maritime’s transport objectives, and capital investment to enhance the value of the road network and maritime assets.
|Growth and improvement||3,883|
|Services and operations||1,074|
|M5 cashback refund||99|
Roads and Maritime’s approved budget for 2016–17 is $7.2 billion.
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