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Inquiry status: Written evidence called for
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The Transport Committee hear evidence on Monday 10 February at 4.05pm
Deadline extended until 17 January
Transport Committee takes evidence from Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at 5.50pm
Evidence session to be held on Monday 2 December
Evidence given by Chris Boardman MBE, Policy Advisor, British Cycling, Roger Geffen, Campaigns and Policy Director, CTC, and Edmund King, President, Automobile Association; Councillor Mike Haines, Deputy Chair, Economy and Transport Board, Local Government Association, Councillor Ian Davey, Deputy Leader, Brighton and Hove City Council, Councillor David Hodge, Leader, Councillor Helyn Clack, cabinet member for community services, and Susie Kemp, Assistant Chief Executive, Surrey County Council (at 4.45 pm); Alex Fiddes, Chief Operating Officer, Vehicle Testing and Enforcement, Peter Weddell-Hall, head of e-assessment, training and accreditation, Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency, and Tom Baker, Treasurer, and Andrew Collins and Robert Armstrong, Committee members, Batched on Site Association (at 5.25 pm).
Evidence given by Robert Goodwill MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department for Transport.
Evidence given by David Davies, Executive Director, Parliamentary Advisory Counsel for Transport Safety, Val Shawcross CBE AM, Chair, London Assembly Transport Committee, Ashok Sinha, Chief Executive, London Cycling Campaign, Katja Leyendecker, Chair, Newcycling, and Commander Dave Martin, Public Order, Task Force and Roads Policing, Metropolitan Police; Jack Semple, Director of Policy, Road Haulage Association, Jerry McLaughlin, Director of Economics, Mineral Products Association, Dr Marcus Jones, Principal Consultant, Transport Research Laboratory Ltd, and Andrew Gilligan, Mayor of London’s Cycling Commissioner, Transport for London (at 4.45 pm).
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