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Mr. David Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport how many passenger flights (a) commenced and (b) terminated at Liverpool John Lennon International airport in each of the last three years for which figures are available. 
|Number of passenger flights to/from Liverpool airport 2003-05|
| Note :|
Excludes air taxis (charter flights operated by aircraft below 15 tonnes maximum takeoff weight authorised)
Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Airports Statistics
Mr. David Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport how many passenger movements were recorded at Liverpool John Lennon International airport in each of the last three years for which figures are available. 
|Passenger movements at John Lennon International airport: 2003-05|
| Note: Passenger traffic carried on air taxi (charter flights operated by aircraft below 15 tonnes maximum takeoff weight authorised) services is excluded. Source: Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Airports Statistics|
Subject to the availability of funding and the rate of deterioration of the road surface it is expected that resurfacing the remaining carriageway between junctions J1 and 2A eastbound will take place in 2008-09 and westbound, between J2A and J1, in 2009-10. Low noise surfacing will be used and this will complete the resurfacing of the carriageways between junctions 1 and 2A.
|Nottingham East Midlands airport, overseas passengers on international flights|
| Source: Civil Aviation Authority passenger surveys.|
Mr. Garnier: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport how many British passengers have flown out on international flights from Nottingham East Midlands airport in each of the last five years for which figures are available. 
|Nottingham East Midlands airport, United Kingdom passengers on international flights|
| Source: Civil Aviation Authority passenger surveys.|
Dr. Ladyman: The use of sprays designed to defeat speed cameras or automatic number plate reading equipment is in contravention of the Road Vehicles (Display of Registration Marks) Regulations 2001 and is subject to a fine of up to £1,000. The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency is working with police and trading standards officers to investigate what action might be taken against companies that advertise and sell such products.
Andrew Gwynne: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport how many local authorities in (a) England, (b) the North West and (c) Greater Manchester have decriminalised parking offences within their boundaries. 
Gillian Merron: In England 146 local authorities (including those in the North West) have Decriminalisation Parking Enforcement (DPE) powers. In the North West economic planning region 32 local authorities (including those in Greater Manchester) have DPE powers. In Greater Manchester nine local authorities have DPE powers.
Stephen Hammond: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what changes in capacity will be made to rail passenger services as a consequence of the Government's detailed specification for the Greater Western franchise. 
Derek Twigg: The Department for Transport specified a minimum train service for the Greater Western franchise. This number will increase as a result of the timetable changes announced by First Great Western (FGW) on 3 April 2006. Rolling stock capacity is also a significant determinant of total capacity, and this was not specified by the Department; FGW's redesign of the High Speed Train fleet, a franchise obligation together with a new timetable, will
increase capacity on commuter and long-distance trains between London and Reading.
Mr. Steen: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport if he will take steps to ensure that the data on which the specifications in future rail franchise tender documents are based are made available to the public. 
TEMPRO forecasts (Trip End Model Presentation Program)dft.gsi.gov.uk.
NATA (New Approach to Appraisal)dft.gsi.gov.uk
Standard industry demand models and growth trend data is owned by the Office of Rail Regulation and ATOC (www.rail-reg.gov.uk and www.atoc.org
Journey data is available from the Office of Rail Regulation .
Mr. Spring: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport (1) how many road traffic accidents resulting in fatality occurred in Suffolk in each year since 1997; and how many deaths these caused in total; 
Dr. Ladyman: The number of (a) fatal accidents and fatalities (b) serious accidents involving a motorcycle and (c) pedestrians seriously injured in personal injury road accidents, reported to the police in Suffolk in each year between 1997 and 2004 (the latest for which figures are available) are given in the table.
|Number of fatal accidents, fatalities, serious accidents involving a motorcycle and pedestrians seriously injured in Suffolk: 1997 to 2004|
|Fatal accidents||Number of fatalities||Serious accidents involving motorcycles( 1)||Pedestrians seriously injured|
|(1 )Includes motorcycles and scooters, but excludes mopeds.|
Mr. Evans: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport how many vehicle accidents occurred on (a) A roads and (b) motorways in Lancashire in each year since 1990; and how many (i) fatalities and (ii) serious injuries there were as a result in each year. 
Dr. Ladyman: The number of road accidents reported to the police on (a) A roads and (b) motorways in Lancashire and the resulting (i) fatalities and (ii) serious injuries in each year from 1990 to 2004 (the latest year for which figures are available) are given in the table.
|Accidents, fatalities and serious injuries on A roads and motorways in Lancashire(excluding Unitary Authorities): 1990-2004|
|Accidents||Fatalities||Serious Injuries||Accidents||Fatalities||Serious Injuries|
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