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Oral and written evidence is on the relevant inquiry pages.
A Session is a parliamentary year. Following the 2011 Fixed-term Parliament Act Sessions typically begin in May and run for 12 months.
Select committees conduct inquiries and produce reports on a range of matters, from the conduct of Government to specialist subject areas.
Evidence given by Carl Sargeant AM, Minister for Local Government and Communities, Ian Davies, Head of Network Operations, Roads and Projects, and Nathan Barnhouse, Rail Policy Manager, Welsh Government
Alec Don, Chief Executive, Milford Haven Port Authority
Evidence given by David Sidebottom, Passenger Team Director, Passenger Focus, Iwan Prys-Jones, Interim Taith Executive Officer, and Mark Youngman, Chair of South East Wales Transport Alliance Rail Working Group and Transport Policy and Compliance Manager at Monmouthshire County Council.
Dr Elizabeth Haywood, Director of South East Wales Economic Forum, Dr Grahame Guilford, CBI Wales and member of the South East Wales Economic Forum Executive Board, Ian Gallagher, Freight Transport Association Policy Manager for Wales, Christopher Snelling, Freight Transport Association Head of Global Supply Chain Policy, and Robin Smith, Rail Freight Group, Welsh Representative
Evidence given by: Mark Hopwood, Managing Director, First Great Western, and Mike Bagshaw, Commercial Director, Arriva Trains Wales
Mark Langman, Route Managing Director, Wales Route, Network Rail, and Dylan Bowen, Public Affairs Manager, Network Rail
Evidence given by: Mark Barry, Consultant, M&G Barry Consulting, and Jim Steer, Director, Greengauge 21
Right Hon Simon Burns MP, Minister of State, and Stephen Hammond MP, Under-Secretary of State, Department for Transport
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