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Written Answers — Department for Transport: Electric Scooters: Visually Impaired (30 Jun 2022)

Trudy Harrison: The Department is working with groups representing disabled people, including the Disabled Persons Transport Advisory Committee and the Inclusive Transport Stakeholder Group, to review options for e-scooter regulations. The Department is gathering data on e-scooters through trials in 30 areas, where measures have been put in place to improve safety for disabled people and people with sight...

Transport: Legalisation of e-Scooters (30 Jun 2022)

Trudy Harrison: Safety is our priority, and we continue to assess ongoing e-scooter trials, international experience and further research to inform forthcoming legislation.

Business of the House (23 Jun 2022)

Mark Spencer: ...about my hon. Friend’s constituent. I assure him that the Department for Transport takes the issue very seriously. We have had a tragedy in my own constituency, when a pedestrian was hit by an e-scooter on a pavement; the lady lost her life. The Secretary of State is planning to publish our response to the consultation as soon as we can and, as my hon. Friend knows, has already announced...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Electric Scooters: Roads (23 Jun 2022)

Trudy Harrison: As motor vehicles having fewer than 4 wheels and weighing less than 410 kg unladen, e-scooters are classed as motorcycles as defined in Section 185 of the Road Traffic Act 1988 and, because of their low speed, within the subclass of moped. This means that e-scooters have to abide by the same road traffic legislation as mopeds and motorcycles. The Electric Scooter Trials and Traffic Signs...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Electric Scooters (23 Jun 2022)

Baroness Vere of Norbiton: ...technical standards for the construction of e-scooters. Protection against cyber threats, and its merits, will be considered as one of the requirements in these standards. Knowledge gained from the e-scooter trials as well as relevant evidence from other sources will be taken into account.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Transport (22 Jun 2022)

Trudy Harrison: The Department will be publishing a full set of findings from its evaluation of the e-scooter trials in a report in due course. The Department is currently considering options for e-scooter regulations, however no decisions have been made. The Department published a public consultation on the primary legislative changes that are proposed to meet the commitments in the Williams-Shapps Plan...

Written Answers — Home Office: Electric Scooters (22 Jun 2022)

Kit Malthouse: There are various offences relating to illegal e-scooter use that the police can enforce with a Fixed Penalty Notice (FPN): uninsured driving can result in a FPN of £300 and 6 penalty points on a driving licence; riding without a driving licence can result in a FPN of £100 and 3-6 penalty points on a driving licence; while riding on the pavement can result in a FPN of £50. Section 165 of...

Home Department: Antisocial Behaviour (20 Jun 2022)

Kerry McCarthy: In Bristol, we have a successful e-scooter rental pilot, but we also see people using e-scooters illegally and using rental e-scooters on the pavement. That can be very scary for people trying to walk along the pavement while that is happening. I know the Government are looking to legalise and regulate private ownership, but how will the Home Office team work with the Department for Transport...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Electric Scooters: Regulation (14 Jun 2022)

Trudy Harrison: ...developing technical standards for the construction of e-scooters. Careful consideration of the merits of each requirement, including those highlighted, will be made. Knowledge gained from the e-scooter trials as well as relevant evidence from other sources will be taken into account.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Electric Scooters: Pilot Schemes (13 Jun 2022)

Ian Byrne: ...the Secretary of State for Transport, pursuant to the Answer of 25 May 2022 to Written Question 5695, on Electric Scooters: Pilot Schemes, whether the Government plans to publish its final report on e-scooter trials within the current Parliamentary year.

Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure Bill - Second Reading ( 6 Jun 2022)

Lord Vaizey of Didcot: ...to ensure that they are compliant. That seems eminently sensible. It also has a minor obsession, which I cannot really understand, with e-scooters, so my simple question to the Minister is: is an e-scooter a connectable consumer product? I think it probably is, but they can of course be hijacked and the brakes put on remotely. A very interesting and worthy point of debate is the amendment...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Electric Scooters ( 6 Jun 2022)

Trudy Harrison: According to monitoring data from the Department’s trials scheme, as of April 2022 there were over 1.5 million active users (defined as someone who used a rental e-scooter in the last month), with over 19 million trips made on rental e-scooters in England since the trials started in July 2020. Based on findings from the Department’s Transport and Technology Tracker, we estimate that as of...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Electric Scooters: Pilot Schemes (25 May 2022)

Ian Byrne: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, when his Department plans to publish its final report on e-scooter trials.

Transport (19 May 2022)

Huw Merriman: ...and nothing seems to stop them. It is better to regulate and control them and make them better than to pretend that they do not exist. How is it that I can buy a bike or a car, but only hire an e-scooter? Surely it is time to catch up with science. On decarbonisation, I welcome the commitment to 4,000 zero-emission buses. I know that 2,000 have been funded, but not enough are on the road...


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