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Mr George Traill

Former MP for Caithness (10 Dec 1832 – 25 Aug 1869)

Mr Henry Trail

Former MP for Weymouth and Melcombe Regis (27 Oct 1812 – 9 Jun 1813)

Mr James Trail

Former MP for Orford (7 Jul 1802 – 1 Nov 1806)

the Earl of Caithness

Conservative Peer (30 Nov 1964 – current)


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Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Report (6th Day): Amendment 153 (17 Jan 2022)

...under the system for assigning identification numbers to roads administered by the Secretary of State or the Welsh Ministers, has for the time being been assigned a number prefixed by A or B.(3) “Rail infrastructure” means infrastructure used for the purposes of railway services within the meaning of Part 1 of the Railways Act 1993 (see section 82 of that Act).(4) In the application of...

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Report (6th Day): Amendment 152 (17 Jan 2022)

...purposes include where its use or operation for any of those purposes is significantly delayed.(7) In this section “key national infrastructure” means—(a) road transport infrastructure,(b) rail infrastructure,(c) air transport infrastructure,(d) harbour infrastructure,(e) downstream oil infrastructure, or(f) newspaper printing infrastructure.Section (Key national infrastructure)...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Railways: Tickets (17 Jan 2022)

John Hayes: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what progress he has made on the (a) tender and (b) delivery of pay as you go rail ticketing across the North and Midlands; and if he will publish a timeline for that rollout.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Railways: Merseyside (17 Jan 2022)

Tan Dhesi: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what recent steps he has taken to consult the (a) the residents and (b) local leaders in Merseyside on the impact the Integrated Rail Plan will have on Merseyside following its publication.

Prime Minister (Temporary Replacement) Bill (14 Jan 2022)

Peter Bone: ...Minister.” The Prime Minister’s chief of staff stands up and says, “I know everything about the whole world.” What if there is a maniac as chief of staff in No. 10 who is completely off the rails—as people discover later? Let us say for a minute that this person is called Dom: would we want him to make that decision? He could make the case for why he should make it because there...

Taxis and Private Hire Vehicles (Disabled Persons) Bill (14 Jan 2022)

Sally-Ann Hart: ...of the service they choose to use. This national disability strategy includes a host of initiatives to provide improvements for disabled passengers, such as an accessibility audit for all railway stations, clearer audible and visual announcements on buses, the introduction of legislation for taxis and private hire vehicles, and £1 million to improve access to seaports. I understand the...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Department for Transport: Research (14 Jan 2022)

Andrew Stephenson: ...of research and conducts studies to inform decision-making in specific policy areas. This includes areas such as Transport Security Resilience and Response, Road Safety, National and High Speed Rail, Electric Vehicles, Local Transport, and Aviation and Airports. Specific pieces of research/ studies (not exhaustive) due to be published in 2022 include: Retrospective evaluation of key Office...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: High Speed 2 Line: North East (14 Jan 2022)

Andrew Stephenson: Since the Prime Minister announced the Integrated Rail Plan in February 2020, development of the Eastern Leg of HS2 has been paused to avoid nugatory spend whilst the Integrated Rail Plan took this work forward. Safeguarding of the Eastern leg route remains in place pending conclusion of work on the most effective way to serve Leeds and towns and cities along the Eastern Leg. Any property...

Environmental Audit Committee: Smart Motorways — [Mr Phillip Hollobone in the Chair] (13 Jan 2022)

Trudy Harrison: .... We will explore the introduction of the emergency corridor manoeuvre into the highway code, and we will investigate the benefits of health and safety assessments being undertaken by the Office of Rail and Road.

Transport Committee (13 Jan 2022)

Huw Merriman: ...areas to existing all-lane running motorways to make them no further than 1 mile apart—the Government have announced £390 million of funding for this. Fourthly, to grant powers to the Office of Rail and Road, the roads regulator, to evaluate the Government smart motorways project plan. Starting this year, the regulator will report on progress annually and carry out an evaluation of...

Railway Timetables: Disruption - Question (13 Jan 2022)

Baroness Vere of Norbiton: My Lords, the department has been working closely with rail operators to mitigate the impact of Covid-related staff absences on train services. Many operators have implemented temporary revised train timetables, which are providing passengers and especially the country’s key workers with certainty so that they can plan their journeys with confidence. The department will continue to work...

Business of the House (13 Jan 2022)

Ian Mearns: ...clashes with other events. We have now received the application for the Welsh Affairs debate to coincide with the week of St David’s Day on 1 March. On Tuesday, I chaired a meeting with Network Rail and London North Eastern Railway about the proposed timetable changes on the east coast main line. At over 500 miles long, it is a line that LNER shares with nine other operating companies,...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Travel: Night-time Economy (13 Jan 2022)

Trudy Harrison: .... The competitive pre-booked market allows operators to compete on price as well as other factors such as quality of service. The Department has worked with Local Transport Authorities and light rail operators to ensure the availability of light rail public transport is correct for the conurbations they serve. Light rail coronavirus (COVID-19) funding has ensured Local Transport...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Railways: North of England (13 Jan 2022)

Louise Haigh: ...recent estimate his Department has made of the number of fast trains that would run between Leeds and Manchester per hour under (a) Transport for the North's preferred option and (b) the Integrated Rail Plan.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Oxted Line: Electrification (13 Jan 2022)

Thomas Tugendhat: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, whether electrification of the Uckfield Line will form part of projects to be implemented, as part of the Williams-Shapps plan for rail.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Train Operating Companies: Contracts (13 Jan 2022)

Andy McDonald: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, how many organisations attended the rail passenger service contract market engagement day on 4 November 2021; and which owning groups attended that day.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Train Operating Companies: Industrial Disputes (13 Jan 2022)

Andy McDonald: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, with reference to the rail passenger service contract market engagement day on 4 November 2021, what discussions took place on the risks arising from industrial action; and what the outcomes of those discussions were.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Train Operating Companies: Industrial Disputes (13 Jan 2022)

Andy McDonald: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, whether there are any financial implications for operators of (a) National Rail Contracts and (b) rail passenger service contracts in the event of industrial action.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Train Operating Companies: Industrial Disputes (13 Jan 2022)

Andy McDonald: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, who will be responsible for risks arising from industrial action under rail passenger service contracts.

Scottish Parliament: Car Travel (13 Jan 2022)

Graham Simpson: ..., we need to give them an alternative. That alternative could be active travel—I very much support spending on that—or it could be public transport. We have seen announcements of an increase in rail fares and service cuts, and we have seen no meaningful reform to the bus system. What does the minister say about that? How does that encourage people on to public transport? We have also...


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