Parliamentary Questions on cycling – December 2015
PQ from Daniel Zeichner (Lab, Cambridge) on clarify the definitions of careless driving and dangerous driving
PQ from Daniel Zeichner (Lab, Cambridge) on the target of 55% of primary school children walking to school by 2025
PQ from Daniel Zeichner (Lab, Cambridge) on which stakeholder groups the Department for Transport has engaged with since July 2015
PQ from Roger Goodsiff (Lab, Birmingham, Hall Green) on ring-fencing funding for walking and cycling
PQ from Daniel Zeichner (Lab, Cambridge) what the spending per head on cycling will be in England over the next 5 years
PQ from Daniel Zeichner (Lab, Camb) on which government-funded cycling programmes will continue and which will cease
PQ from Lord Wills (Lab) on the possible advantages and disadvantages of licensing bicyclists
PQ from Ben Bradshaw (Lab, Exeter) on publishing a statement of funds available for the Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy.
PQ from Lord Robertson (Lab) on reducing deaths and injuries on the roads
PQ from Lord Rowe-Beddoe (Crossbencher) on the introduction of an annual licence fee and mandatory registration of all bicycles
PQ from Steve McCabe (Lab, Birmingham, Selly Oak) on what will replace the Local Sustainable Transport Fund
PQ from Diana Johnson (Lab, Hull North) on whether the government will be spending £10 per head on cycling, in the future
PQ from Lord Lawson (Con) accuses TfL of doing more damage than The Blitz
PQ from Ruth Cadbury (Lab, Hounslow) ask the Transport Minister about the progress made on the Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy.
PQ from Ruth Cadbury (Lab, Hounslow) on the safety of drivers of large goods vehicles