Public transport: Lords debate

09 June 2009

Lord Bradshaw (Liberal Democrat) will call attention to the quality and cost of public transport and the level of crime on public transport, in a debate this Thursday, 11 June, in the House of Lords.

Lord Adonis, Secretary of State for Transport, will speak on behalf of the Government.

Members scheduled to take part include:

  • Lord Faulkner of Worcester (Labour); Vice President of the Campaign for Better Transport Ltd
  • Earl of Glasgow (Liberal Democrat); former spokesperson for Transport
  • Baroness Quin (Labour); former MP and MEP
  • Baroness Scott of Needham Market (Liberal Democrat); former spokesperson for Transport
  • Baroness Valentine (Crossbench); CEO of London First
  • Earl of Mar and Kellie (Liberal Democrat); spokesperson for Transport
  • Earl Attlee (Conservative); Opposition spokesperson for Transport
  • Lord Adonis (Labour); Secretary of State for Transport
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