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  • Smaller airports  Inquiry announced 09 July 2014

    This inquiry will examine the role of smaller airports in improving connectivity

  • Motoring of the future  Inquiry announced 18 June 2014

    This inquiry will examine how the UK Government can address developments in cars of the future, notably alternative fuels, safety improvements and driver aids.

  • Strategic river crossings  Inquiry announced 12 June 2014

    This inquiry looks at planning, financing and any regenerative effects of different river crossings in the UK

  • Investing in the railway  Inquiry announced 06 May 2014

    Inquiry scrutinising the impact and deliverability of Network Rail’s £38 billion investment programme over the next five years

  • Government motoring agencies - the user perspective  Inquiry announced 07 January 2014

    This inquiry looks at the experience motorists have interacting with the Government's various motoring agencies

  • Security on the railway  Inquiry announced 23 January 2014

    This inquiry looks at crime and perceptions of crime on the railway and how they can be reduced

  • Cycling safety: follow up  Inquiry announced 19 November 2013

    This short inquiry follows up the conclusions and recommendations from the Committee’s 2012 report

  • Helicopter safety  Inquiry announced 06 November 2013

    This inquiry follows the helicopter crash off the coast of Shetland in 2013

  • The cost of motor insurance: whiplash  Inquiry announced 05 November 2013

    The Transport Committee called for evidence on the Government whiplash white paper.

  • Passenger transport in isolated communities  Inquiry announced 11 July 2013

    The Transport Committee called for evidence on passenger transport in isolated communities. This inquiry was outlined in the Committee’s recent report setting out its future work programme for 2013/14.

Finding an inquiry

  • The 2010 Parliament began on 25 May 2010
  • This page lists current inquiries
  • Details of past inquiries from the 2010 Parliament can be accessed via the link on the left hand side to 2010 Parliament - past inquires

How to get involved

  • Suggest a future inquiry

    Topics should relate to the work of the Department for Transport or one of its related bodies, such as the Highways Agency, Maritime and Coastguard Agency or Network Rail.

     

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