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Scottish Parliament: Climate Challenge Fund Projects (Glasgow Maryhill and Springburn) (31 May 2017)

Bob Doris: the funding for the growing together and greener Lambhill project is actively promoting and supporting lifestyle changes in the community by providing food growing spaces in its allotments, and cycling and outdoor activities through its bike workshop and youth clubs. There is a green thread running through each activity that educates and shows how we can all lead more carbon-friendly lives.

Scottish Parliament: Child Safety Week (31 May 2017)

Stewart Stevenson: ...nose. That meant my first visit to the hospital, which I still remember. There was a white line down a table which I had to lie on so that my nose could be X-rayed—it was not broken. Aged 15, I am cycling back from the football, my football boots are hanging over the handlebars and the studs in the boots are engaging with the wheel, but I am ignoring that. Eventually, they get...

Scottish Parliament: Cycle Capacity (Railways) (24 May 2017)

Linda Fabiani: The first item of business today is a members’ business debate on motion S5M-05106, in the name of Liam Kerr, on cycle capacity on Scotland’s railways. The debate will be concluded without any question being put. Motion debated, That the Parliament notes the calls on Transport Scotland and ScotRail to reverse reported plans to reduce available cycle space on trains serving...

Cycling Infrastructure (Road Safety) (23 May 2017)

Cycling Infrastructure (Road Safety)

Scottish Parliament: Edinburgh City Bypass (Capacity) (11 May 2017)

Humza Yousaf: developed in further detail as we progress with assessment of the preferred option in consultation with local interest groups. The issue has been raised by many organisations representing the cycling lobby, and it is one to which we are giving careful consideration.

Public Health (Cycling) (10 May 2017)

Public Health (Cycling)

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Cycling: Safety (26 Apr 2017)

Derek Thomas: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what steps his Department is taking to improve the safety of cyclists on roads.

Written Answers — Department for Culture, Media and Sport: Cycling: Clubs (25 Apr 2017)

Amanda Milling: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, how much funding has been made available from the public purse to support the development of small and community BMX clubs in the UK each year since 2010.

Air Quality - Statement (24 Apr 2017)

Lord Gardiner of Kimble: coalition that £2 billion of taxpayers’ money was diverted: £400 million for ultra-low-emission vehicles, £600 million for the local sustainable transport fund, £224 million invested in cycling and more than £27 million since 2013 to retrofit and clean up more than 3,000 of the oldest vehicles. I hope that she would agree that that was a success during the...

Air Quality Strategy (24 Apr 2017)

Sarah Wollaston: read an article in this week’s edition of The BMJ that clearly sets out the growing evidence of the benefits of active commuting, particularly by bicycle? Will she encourage us to get Britain cycling?

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Cycling (21 Apr 2017)

Ruth Cadbury: ...of State for Transport, pursuant to the Answers of 8 and 28 March 2017 to Questions 65946 and 69578, if his Department will ensure that the planned revision of Local Transport Note LTN 2/08 on cycling infrastructure design helps to create the conditions in which young people, older people, women and people with disabilities are as likely to cycle as others, in accordance with its public...

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Topical Questions (20 Apr 2017)

Rachael Maskell: The 25-year food and farming plan, the 25-year environment plan, the cycling and walking strategy: those supposedly environment-enhancing strategies were all promised to be published before the summer—summer 2016. The Secretary of State has clearly failed the environment, failed farmers and the food industry, and failed to keep her promise. People are now losing their jobs and incomes...

Scottish Parliament: International Workers Memorial Day (20 Apr 2017)

Ross Greer: ...that employees are actually self-employed contractors means that those workers lose out and are put at risk. On average, they earn about half as much as permanent employees and they are more likely to live in poverty. They are not entitled to sick pay or holiday leave. If a courier who spends all day cycling on busy streets gets into an accident and has to miss work, they are on their own....

Diesel Vehicle Scrappage Scheme — [Mr Christopher Chope in the Chair] (19 Apr 2017)

John Hayes: ...sustained improvements in air quality and transition to a low-emission economy. Measures that could be implemented include the promotion of ultra-low emission vehicles; upgrading buses and taxis; promoting cycling schemes; and, in the worst cases, charging for the most polluting vehicles. In 2015 we named five cities, Birmingham, Leeds, Nottingham, Derby and Southampton, that are required...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (19 Apr 2017)

Theresa May: ...that the Department for Transport is investing £290 million to improve transport links to Manchester airport through Cheadle, and £2.1 million has been committed to improving walking and cycling routes around the Cheadle Hulme district centre. That is why the choice is so clear. As my hon. Friend says, if she wants to see that funding for infrastructure, we need a strong economy,...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Cycling (31 Mar 2017)

Ruth Cadbury: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, pursuant to the Answer of 8 March 2017 to Question 65946, when his Department plans to publish the revised Local Transport Note 2/08 guidance on cycle infrastructure design.

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: National Road Safety Targets (30 Mar 2017)

Andrew Jones: Most certainly. I am acutely aware of the impact of cycling infrastructure on road safety. It is clearly part of our consideration. We hoped to launch our cycling and walking investment strategy last week, but for very obvious reasons there was a change to the timetable of Government announcements.

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

Chi Onwurah: On Saturday, I am going to speak at the Newcastle Cycling Campaign annual general meeting. What can I tell the people there about what the Government are doing to bring the benefits of cycling to everyone, when studies show that the average cyclist is male, white, middle class, under-40 and in Lycra?

Bus Services Bill [Lords]: National strategy (27 Mar 2017)

Daniel Zeichner: ...situation in which someone may have a concessionary bus pass, but no bus on which to use it. That is not a good deal for anybody. We already have national strategies for roads and rail, and we are told that the cycling and walking investment strategy is imminent. Buses are being singled out within the transport family. Our new clause 1 would redress that imbalance and bring buses into line...

Written Answers — Department for Culture, Media and Sport: Cycling (23 Mar 2017)

Andrew Rosindell: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, what plans her Department has to promote mountain biking as a sport.

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