Clause 27 - Criteria for making intervention orders
Traffic Management Bill
Mr Tony McNulty (Parliamentary Under-Secretary, Department for Transport; Harrow East, Labour)
As I will be party to those matters as they unfold, I shall undertake to meet PACT and any other group to hear their views, above and beyond how we have heard their views thus far through people putting their views to us in debate or by means of amendments, in order to take those matters further. I would not just do that in the context of the network management duty or other elements of the Bill, but in the context of my role as the local transport Minister. I would be more than happy to do that. That is not a universal invitation to every single organisation that might have the word transport in its name, or in brackets after its name, but I will happily talk to serious organisations with serious considerations, such as PACT, in relation to the Bill, or their wider concerns.
Question put, That the clause stand part of the Bill:—
The Committee divided: Ayes 7, Noes 4