COMMONS

MPs question Transport Minister on impact of Comprehensive Spending Review

24 November 2010

The Commons Transport Committee has called the Secretary of State to give oral evidence on how - in the context of recent decisions about transport spending, including a the 21% cut in the transport budget - he intends to maintain and improve the UK’s transport infrastructure.

The Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR) made some positive commitments to a limited number of transport projects. The committee is keen to learn where the cuts will fall so that they, and the public, can understand how these changes will affect the nation. 

Witness 

The meeting is on Wednesday 24 November 2010 in Committee Room 8, House of Commons

At 3.00 pm*

  • The Rt Hon Philip Hammond MP, Secretary of State for Transport

*This timing is approximate and the session may start slightly earlier or later than advertised.

Further Information

Image: PA 

More news on: Parliament, government and politics, Parliament, House of Commons news, Commons news, Committee news, Transport

Share this page