Paul Wheelhouse

Scottish National Party MSP for South Scotland

@PaulWheelhouse

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  • Scottish Parliament: Ferry Travel (Accessibility) 31 Jan 2019

    The Scottish Government is committed to improving access to ferry travel. Operators of the Clyde and Hebrides and northern isles ferry contracts provide assistance, services and equipment to enable individuals with reduced mobility to access ferry services. They continually review their service provision in an effort to reduce the barriers to travel for people with reduced mobility. In 2014,...
  • Scottish Parliament: Ferry Travel (Accessibility) 31 Jan 2019

    We recognise the concern that users of lifeline ferry services have about accessibility to services when they need them. I fully appreciate that in the region that Mr Cameron represents ferry services are vital for economic activity, as well as for social, health-related and other uses. We take such matters very seriously. I would be happy to meet Donald Cameron to discuss his concerns about...
  • Scottish Parliament: Ferry Travel (Accessibility) 31 Jan 2019

    In 2007, CalMac Ferries carried 1.06 million cars, and in 2018 it carried 1.43 million cars, which was an increase of 34 per cent. In 2007, it carried 4.73 million passengers and, in 2018, it carried 5.27 million passengers, which was an increase of 11.5 per cent. We very much welcome the growing demand for ferry services and, as I said in my answer to Donald Cameron, we are keen to keep...

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Scottish National Party MSP for South Scotland

Entered the Scottish Parliament on 6 May 2011 — Election

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