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Data Protection Bill [HL] - Report (2nd Day) (13 Dec 2017)

Baroness Billingham: ...Lord, Lord Moynihan, is successfully followed and supported by the Government we have a real possibility of eliminating cheats. Not a day passes but another example of dubious practice is exposed. Today it is in cycling, yesterday in international criminal practice. This is, of course, an enormously complex issue. The more all factors are taken into consideration, the more we see the...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Cycling: Safety (8 Dec 2017)

Heidi Alexander: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, when he plans to commence the second phase of the review of cycle safety announced on 21 September, into wider road safety issues.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Pedestrian Areas (7 Dec 2017)

Jesse Norman: ...the shortest possible time. The plan sets out a wide range of measures that local authorities can consider when developing schemes to address their air quality challenge. The Government’s aim is to make cycling and walking the natural choices for shorter journeys, or as part of a longer journey. To help achieve this, the Department published a Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy...

Written Answers — Attorney General: Cycling: Pedestrian Areas (7 Dec 2017)

Hugo Swire: To ask the Attorney General, how many successful prosecutions there have been of cyclists riding on pavements in the last 12 months.

European Union (Withdrawal) Bill: Withdrawal Agreement Payment to the European Union (6 Dec 2017)

Chris Leslie: ..., but don’t worry, detailed impact assessments have been produced.” It now turns out that his bluff has been called, and when the curtain was pulled back we saw that those things did not exist, and he is now cycling away. Nobody expected this to be quite so threadbare.

South Middlesbrough: Traffic Congestion (6 Dec 2017)

Jesse Norman: ...the way that not just Middlesbrough but all our cities and potentially rural areas think about the change to a genuinely multi-modal transport system of the 21st century. I want to talk about that in some more detail and the priority we place on encouraging people to get out of their cars and take the train or bus, and to cycle or walk. I was pleased to learn that the Department has...

Tolls on the Mersey Crossings — [Ian Paisley in the Chair] (5 Dec 2017)

Rachael Maskell: train journeys took so much longer than driving. Therefore, they had no choices. We have heard from my hon. Friend the Member for Warrington South (Faisal Rashid) that it seems that people do not have the choice of cycling or walking across that bridge. Choices for people in the north are being narrowed. We know that this is all about choices, because we need only to think that last...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Cycling (4 Dec 2017)

Andrew Percy: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what further steps are being taken to assist employers in encouraging employees to cycle to work.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Cycling (4 Dec 2017)

Alex Chalk: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, whether his Department plans to revise and reissue the national guidance document entitled Cycle infrastructure design (LTN 2/08).

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Roads: Repairs and Maintenance (4 Dec 2017)

Baroness Sugg: ...on areas including preventative maintenance and delivering “right first time” pothole repairs. This Report was endorsed by a number of organisations, including the Cyclists’ Touring Club, now Cycling UK and refers to the needs of cyclists when considering maintenance requirements. The Review report recommends that authorities consider the guidance provided in the ADEPT...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Road Safety (30 Nov 2017)

Daniel Zeichner: The Minister will know that one of the biggest obstacles to the take-up of cycling is people’s fears about safety. Has he done an assessment of whether the necessary resources are in place to implement the cycling, walking and investment strategy, and if he has, could he publish it?

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Topical Questions (30 Nov 2017)

John Hayes: Public hire schemes are an important part of extending provision and making cycling more widely available. As the hon. Lady will know, different schemes apply in different localities. Clearly, I am always happy to have discussions with her about this, but there are no imminent plans to make the changes that she describes.

Air Quality - Question (28 Nov 2017)

Lord Gardiner of Kimble: ...million to accelerate local action to meet concentration limits. Ninety-two per cent of monitored roads will meet limits next year. We are investing in vehicle retrofitting, ultra-low emission vehicles, cycling and walking, and implementing tougher real driving emissions tests. Next year, our clean air strategy will outline how we will tackle air pollution more widely.

Air Force (Constitution) Act 1917 — [Sir Henry Bellingham in the Chair] (23 Nov 2017)

Robert Jenrick: ...on active service, keeping the United Kingdom safe. Newark has been at the heart of the RAF story from its very beginnings. When T. E. Lawrence was a young trainee officer down the road at Cranwell, he would come cycling for a good night out in Newark. There is an excellent exhibition at Newark Civil War Centre at the moment, where people can see the motorbike on which he cycled into the...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Transport: Schools (22 Nov 2017)

Jesse Norman: The Government’s Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy, published in April 2017, includes a target to increase the percentage of children aged 5 to 10 that usually walk to school from 49% in 2014 to 55% in 2025. In support of this, the Department for Transport has provided around £1 million for the Walk to School project, a highly successful programme delivered by Living...

Scottish Parliament: Road Safety Week (21 Nov 2017)

David Torrance: ...most cyclist casualties occurring on roads in such areas. Reducing speed limits to 20mph goes some way towards balancing the needs of all users. When vehicle speeds are reduced, people are more confident about walking and cycling in their streets, and the number of accidents is drastically reduced. It is our responsibility as policy makers to produce legislation that promotes economic...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Transport for London and Transport for the North: Investment (20 Nov 2017)

Jesse Norman: ...which is carried out by Transport for London (TfL). TfL manages multiple modes of transport including London Underground, London Overground, Buses, Docklands Light Railway as well as walking and cycling. TfL also manages London’s strategic roads. TfL naturally has powers to invest in the networks for which it has responsibility. In addition the Department and individual boroughs...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Air Pollution (17 Nov 2017)

Therese Coffey: ...of measures to improve air quality. This could include interventions such as improvements to local bus fleets, support for concessionary travel and more sustainable modes of transport such as cycling, or infrastructure changes. These interventions could enable local authorities to avoid the imposition of restrictions on vehicles, such as charging zones. To ensure the Fund fits the specific...

Backbench Business: World Antibiotics Awareness Week — [Philip Davies in the Chair] (16 Nov 2017)

Julian Sturdy: ...’Neill review—one of the most important reviews that was set out by the then Prime Minister. We have a job to do in this House. I have attended packed Westminster Hall debates on issues such as cycling and bee health—I am not decrying those important issues; I do not want my inbox full of emails on that tonight—but if we are not getting hon. Members from all sides...

Cycling Proficiency Training (16 Nov 2017)

Cycling Proficiency Training

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