Dangerous and illegal use of e-scooters – PACTS calls for a restriction on sales

Dangerous and illegal use of e-scooters – PACTS calls for a restriction on sales

PACTS has written to transport minister Rachel Maclean MP, expressing our concerns about the increasing illegal and dangerous use of privately-owned e-scooters and called on the government to restrict sales. We publish our letter and her reply here: PACTS to Rachel MacLean e-scooters 21Aug 2020 reply from Rachel MacLean e-scooters 2Sept2020 We are also surprised and concerned that e-scooter casualties are not recorded in government road casualty statistics – according […]

Road safety, cycling etc…in July, from Parliamentary Cycling & Walking Group

Road safety, cycling etc…in July, from Parliamentary Cycling & Walking Group

The All-Party Parliamentary Group for Cycling & Walking have provided this  Parliamentary Monitoring – a round up which includes questions about road safety, funding, cycle repairs, e-bikes, e-scooters and potholes during July 2020.    

Members questions on roads policing, free trade agreements and e-scooters

Members questions on roads policing, free trade agreements and e-scooters

Roads Policing Asked by Lord Bradshaw… HL5892 To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they have received the recent report of Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services on roads policing; and when they expect that report to be published. HL5893 To ask Her Majesty’s Government what plans they have to include an assessment of roads policing in their annual assessments of the efficiency of police forces. HL5895 […]

Road Safety PQs in May 2018

Road Safety PQs in May 2018

The All-Party Parliamentary Cycling Group secretariat has listed cycling-related road safety Parliamentary Questions put in May 2018. See Parliamentary Questions May 2018  

Transport Questions in the House of Commons, 18th January 2018

Transport Questions in the House of Commons, 18th January 2018

Transport Oral Questions were put to Ministers in the House of Commons today (18th January 2018) on a number of transport-related issues.