To ask the Secretary of State for Transport pursuant to the Written Ministerial Statement of 26 March 2008, Official Report, columns 11-12WS, on Royal and Ministerial air travel, what the cost will be of the small aircraft for official travel within the UK. 
Following the Departments approval for the acquisition of a small fixed wing aircraft, the royal household are currently conducting an evaluation exercise (including costings) in preparation for the issue of tender documentation for issue later this year.
Mr. Philip Hammond:
To ask the Secretary of State for Transport how much her Department and its agencies spent on branding and marketing activity in 2007-08. 
Expenditure by the Department for Transport and Executive agencies was as follows:
Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency
Maritime and Coastguard Agency
Driving Standards Agency
Government Car and Despatch Agency
Vehicle Certification Agency
Vehicle and Operator Services Agency
Major areas of spend were on campaigns such as THINK! road safety; ACT ON CO2; concessionary bus fares; aviation security and vehicle taxation.
To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what progress has been made in meeting the Governments targets to increase the electrification of railways. 
Mr. Tom Harris:
The Government have not set any targets to increase rail electrification. However, the Department for Transport is working closely with the rail industry to re-examine the business case for electrification, explore how costs can be reduced and to agree priority schemes. The aim is to produce an indicative implementation plan by the end of 2008.
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Great Western Trains: Standards
To ask the Secretary of State for Transport if she will place in the Library the Public Performance Measure Moving Annual Average statistics for (a) First Great Western services for each year since 2006 and (b) the train operating companies which ran those services now operated by First Great Western during 2002 to 2006. 
Mr. Tom Harris:
The figures are as follows (period 1 starts 1 April each year. No figures are available for early 2002 for Wessex Trains, as it had been created by splitting up another franchise the previous year. First Great Western Link took over from Thames Trains on 1 April 2004):