Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon occasionally rebelled against their party in this parliament
Road safety including reducing the instances of cyclists being killed or seriously injured, particularly by heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) is a subject that we take extremely seriously. Government has helped encourage and develop better HGV design and will continue to do so. The Department for Transport will be consulting on a Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy (CWIS). Our...
In 2014/15, 94.9% or 4,128 miles of the highways under the Highways Agency (now Highways England) responsibility remained in good condition and did not require maintenance. Local authorities are not responsible for trunk roads as Highways England manage them. In 2014/15, the Highways Agency spent £747m for its network renewal programme, of which £555m was for the renewal of...
There are currently no plans for Her Majesty’s Government to further regulate bicycles. Bicycles are currently regulated under Statutory Instruments 2010 no 198, Consumer Protection, The Pedal Bicycles (Safety) Regulations 2010. The enforcement of cycling offences is an operational matter for individual chief officers of police. Officers can issue verbal warnings, fixed penalty...
Entered the House of Lords on 17 January 2011
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