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Results 1–20 of 1753 for speaker:Chris Mole

Written Answers — Transport: Railways: Construction (8 Apr 2010)

Chris Mole: holding answer 30 March 2010 HS2 Ltd.'s preferred route option passes through the following parliamentary constituencies in force in the present Parliament: Aylesbury Banbury Beaconsfield Birmingham Erdington Birmingham Hodge Hill Birmingham Ladywood Brent East Brent South Buckingham Chesham and Amersham Daventry Ealing, Acton and Shepherds Bush Ealing North Holborn and St. Pancras Hampstead...

Written Answers — Transport: Railway Stations (7 Apr 2010)

Chris Mole: HS2 Ltd. commissioned Imperial College to undertake traction energy modelling, which included the impact of station stops. This report was published earlier this month and is available on HS2 Ltd.'s website www.hs2.org.uk/supporting-documents-temp

Written Answers — Transport: Railways: Construction (7 Apr 2010)

Chris Mole: The Department for Transport does not hold this information in the form requested. The completion of the potential HS2 core network would accelerate surface access to certain UK airports, but actual time savings would depend on rail and airline service patterns and timetabling at that time.

Written Answers — Transport: Thameslink Railway Line: Rolling Stock (7 Apr 2010)

Chris Mole: I can confirm that the bringing into service of new Thameslink rolling stock is dependent on the provision of additional train maintenance depots.

Written Answers — Transport: Thameslink Railway Line: Rolling Stock (7 Apr 2010)

Chris Mole: The Department for Transport is planning to establish new depots to support the new fleet of Thameslink trains at Hornsey in the London borough of Haringey and at Three Bridges in the borough of Crawley. Network Rail has commenced the process for securing planning consents for these depots with the relevant local authorities. It would be inappropriate to comment on the outcome of these...

Written Answers — Transport: Thameslink Railway Line: Rolling Stock (7 Apr 2010)

Chris Mole: Department for Transport officials have had a number of discussions with Network Rail, train operating companies and local authorities regarding the additional train maintenance depots for the new Thameslink rolling stock. We are proposing a new depot in Hornsey in the London borough of Haringey and at Three Bridges in the borough of Crawley.

Written Answers — Transport: Thameslink Railway Line: Rolling Stock (7 Apr 2010)

Chris Mole: Department for Transport officials have worked closely with Network Rail and the train operating companies to assess the options for locating new train maintenance depots for the new Thameslink rolling stock. We are proposing a new depot in Hornsey in the London borough of Haringey and at Three Bridges in the borough of Crawley.

Written Answers — Transport: Thameslink Railway Line: Rolling Stock (7 Apr 2010)

Chris Mole: Department for Transport officials have had a number of discussions with Network Rail, train operating companies and local authorities regarding the new train maintenance depots for the new Thameslink rolling stock. We are proposing a new depot in Hornsey in the London borough of Haringey and at Three Bridges in the borough of Crawley.

Kidderminster Railway Station (6 Apr 2010)

Chris Mole: It is good to be back again, Dr. McCrea. I congratulate the hon. Member for Wyre Forest (Dr. Taylor) on securing this debate on what is clearly an important issue for him and his constituents, as well as for others travelling to and from Kidderminster station. I listened carefully to his points, and the Government share his vision for stations to have that gateway role both to the railway...

Kidderminster Railway Station (6 Apr 2010)

Chris Mole: I was worried that the hon. Gentleman might draw that conclusion, although I assure him that designs that I recently saw for a sustainable station at Accrington were a little less angular and, although modern, it would fit into its setting. We realise that modular designs do not provide the appropriate solution for all stations-for example, where there are buildings of historic or...

Swindon to Kemble Rail Line (6 Apr 2010)

Chris Mole: Dr. McCrea, it is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship in this debate about the redoubling of the Swindon to Kemble railway. I congratulate the hon. Member for Cotswold (Mr. Clifton-Brown) on securing the debate. Along with a number of other Members of Parliament, he has been diligent and very determined in promoting the case for the redoubling of the route. At the same time, of...

Swindon to Kemble Rail Line (6 Apr 2010)

Chris Mole: The officials within the Department to whom I speak advise me that the people working on the situation are absolutely committed to making it happen. I know that my hon. Friend is concerned about when the team will finish work on the Cotswolds line. As the issues are considered more closely, one factor to take into account is that carrying the team across might be a way to reduce costs from...

Swindon to Kemble Rail Line (6 Apr 2010)

Chris Mole: The hon. Gentleman has asked me two specific questions about Network Rail, one of which I just answered; it concerned potential savings from future renewals and maintenance costs that could be offset by undertaking the work earlier. The other involves the franchise operator, First Great Western. He made the case that it might be interested in an investment that could enable it to grow its...

Swindon to Kemble Rail Line (6 Apr 2010)

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Swindon to Kemble Rail Line (6 Apr 2010)

Chris Mole: In my experience as a rail Minister since last July, it is impossible to make a speech about rail without using a rail metaphor, so I forgive the hon. Gentleman.

Written Answers — Transport: A5: Shropshire (6 Apr 2010)

Chris Mole: There are currently no plans to widen the A5 between Wolfshead and Queen's Head. The A5 Queen's Head to Wolfshead widening scheme was submitted in the Regional Funding Advice submission to the Government at the end of February 2009. The West Midlands Regional Assembly's decision was not to prioritise the scheme for funding in the period 2009-19. The A5 between Wolfshead roundabout and...

Written Answers — Transport: A5: Shropshire (6 Apr 2010)

Chris Mole: The following table shows the number of people killed or injured on the A5 between Telford and Shropshire/Wales border, in each of the last 12 years. These figures have been provided by the police and validated by the Department. It has not been possible to disaggregate the data to only report on Shrewsbury to Shropshire/Wales border casualties. Number Fatal Serious Slight ...

Written Answers — Transport: A5: Shropshire (6 Apr 2010)

Chris Mole: The following table show the number of times the A5 between Shrewsbury and the Shropshire/Wales border has been closed for roadworks and following a road traffic accident, for each of the last five years: Total number of closures in both directions due to roadworks Total number of closures due to road traffic accident (figures include closures in one or both carriageways) 2005 1...

Written Answers — Transport: Bexley (6 Apr 2010)

Chris Mole: The information requested could be provided only at disproportionate cost.

Written Answers — Transport: Departmental Food (6 Apr 2010)

Chris Mole: The Department for Transport conducts its procurement in accordance with UK Government's value for money policies and principles, utilising collaborative arrangements where these are available and in accordance with the legal and regulatory framework. The Department and its agencies generally provide staff catering and vending services via estates private finance initiative or facilities...


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