Amendments proposed to the Transport Bill - continued House of Commons

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NEW CLAUSE RELATING TO PART II

National road safety plan

   

Mr Bernard Jenkin
Mr Robert Syms
Mr Peter Atkinson

NC1

To move the following Clause:—

    '(1) The Secretary of State shall develop and implement policies for the promotion of the safety of all road users.

    (2) The Secretary of State shall prepare each year a document which shall be known as the national road safety plan containing his policies under subsection (1), which shall be laid before Parliament for approval by both Houses of Parliament before coming into effect.

    (3) The plan shall contain targets for the reductions of deaths and injuries among all road users and pedestrians and explanations of the means for achieving those reductions.'.


   

Mr Bernard Jenkin
Mr Robert Syms
Mr Peter Atkinson

20

Page     82,     line     29,     leave out Clause 144.


   

Mr Bernard Jenkin
Mr Robert Syms
Mr Peter Atkinson

21

Page     90,     line     18,     leave out Clause 159.


   

Mr Bernard Jenkin
Mr Robert Syms
Mr Peter Atkinson

22

Clause     176,     page     99,     line     1,     leave out subsection (2).


   

Mr Bernard Jenkin
Mr Robert Syms
Mr Peter Atkinson

23

Clause     180,     page     99,     line     31,     at end insert—

      '( ) to promote the effective management of safety on the rail network;'.


   

Mr Bernard Jenkin
Mr Robert Syms
Mr Peter Atkinson

24

Clause     181,     page     100,     line     1,     leave out subsection (3).


   

Mr Bernard Jenkin
Mr Robert Syms
Mr Peter Atkinson

25

Clause     182,     page     100,     line     12,     at beginning insert 'Subject to subsection (6),'.

   

Mr Bernard Jenkin
Mr Robert Syms
Mr Peter Atkinson

26

Clause     182,     page     100,     line     43,     leave out subsection (5).

   

Mr Bernard Jenkin
Mr Robert Syms
Mr Peter Atkinson

27

Clause     182,     page     101,     line     3,     at end add—

    '(6) Before exercising any powers under this Chapter and prior to each subsequent year that this Chapter remains in force, the Secretary of State shall lay a report for the forthcoming year before both Houses of Parliament for approval by each House, setting out the manner in which he shall exercise his functions under this Chapter, including—

      (a) a full explanation of the manner in which the Authority intends to exercise its functions in accordance with subsections (2) and (3);

      (b) the calculations the Authority has used to arrive at its conclusions;

      (c) the decisions the Authority will make during the year in question to achieve its objectives.'.


   

Mr Bernard Jenkin
Mr Robert Syms
Mr Peter Atkinson

28

Clause     186,     page     102,     line     2,     leave out subsection (2).


   

Mr Bernard Jenkin
Mr Robert Syms
Mr Peter Atkinson

29

Page     110,     line     4,     leave out Clause 198.


   

Mr Bernard Jenkin
Mr Robert Syms
Mr Peter Atkinson

30

Clause     199,     page     113,     line     6,     leave out subsection (6).

   

Mr Bernard Jenkin
Mr Robert Syms
Mr Peter Atkinson

31

Clause     199,     page     113,     line     12,     leave out subsection (7).


NEW SCHEDULE

   

Mr Bernard Jenkin
Mr Robert Syms
Mr Peter Atkinson

NS1

To move the following Schedule:—

'Specified Services

"Aeronautical Messaging Service"The making available of a network for the conveyance of electronic data messages:
(a) between members of a closed user group of providers of air traffic services and users, where such messages contain information relating to the intended path of flights within the licensed areas; and
(b) between other equivalent messaging neworks provided for a similar purpose pursuant to international arrangements.
"Air Traffic Operational Telephone Network Service"The making available of a fixed line dedicated voice telephony network to facilitate communication between providers of air traffic services in the United Kingdom consisting of a direct link to certain core facilities and the making available of nodes to which other facilities may connect.
"Emergency Frequency Service"The making available of a dedicated emergency radio telephony frequency (121.5 MHz) for the purpose of an air to ground to air communication service.
"Navigational Infrastructure"The making available of navigational infrastructure other than that provided in delivering core services as specified in [document to be determined].
"North Sea Helicopter Advisory Service"The provision of an advisory service to helicopters in connection with flights to, from and between oil and gas installations situated in the North Sea [co-ordinates excluding East Shetland Basin to be inserted] (whether within or outside the United Kingdom) and associated mainland facilities.
"Reimbursement service for Lower Airspace Radar Service ('LARS')"The processing of the costs of LARS as agreed and approved by the CAA and reimbursement of those costs from equivalent sums received by the Licensee.
"Reimbursement service for proportion of United Kingdom Meteorological Office costs"The reimbursement to The United Kingdom Meteorological Office of the proportion of its costs charged to users, from equivalent sums received by the Licensee.
"Surveillance Infrastructure"The making available of surveillance infrastructure other than that provided in delivering core services as specified in [document].
"UK Aeronautical Information Service"The preparation and dissemination to civilian aviation of aeronautical information publications, notices to airmen, aeronautical information circulars and other relevant information with a view to facilitating the flow of information necessary for the safety, regularity and efficiency of air navigation.
"UK Flight Information Service"The making available to flight crew by radio telephony on request information which the persons providing the service consider appropriate and that:
(a) was acquired from other flight crew in the course of providing the same service to such other flight crew; or
(b) can reasonably be obtained in response to a specific request; or
(c) the persons providing the service otherwise consider significant.
"UK Meteorological Information Service"The making available as required by, for and on behalf of the United Kingdom Meteorological Authority, of meteorological information supplied to the Licensee by a third party to:
(a) civil aviation users;
(b) to air traffic service providers for their own use or for onward dissemination to civil aviation users (including the Licensee); and
(c) to persons authorised by the United Kingdom Meteorological Authority.'.

 
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