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Chris Mole: The timetable has not been decided as the stakeholder consultation exercise has not yet taken place. Options for rail services on the East Coast mainline are being examined, but no decision has been taken.
Norman Baker: To ask the Minister of State, Department for Transport with reference to the answer of 9 November 2009, Official Report, columns 56-8W, on railways: standards, if he will provide a table showing the number of trains cancelled by each train operating company in each of the last five years given as a percentage of all trains scheduled to run; and if he will provide the same information in respect of peak hour trains in London and the South East. 
Chris Mole [holding answer 24 November 2009]: The table requested is as follows, showing the number of trains cancelled by each franchised train operator in each of the last five years as a percentage of all trains scheduled to run. Data are given for the five most recent financial years, including 2009-10 up to October 2009.
|Percentage of all scheduled trains cancelled|
|Train operator||2005-06||2006-07||2007-08||2008-09||2009-10 (to October 2009)|
|Percentage of scheduled peak hour trains cancelled|
|2005-06||2006-07||2007-08||2008-09||2009-10 (to October 2009)|
Chris Mole: South West Trains has an ITSO smartcard pilot in operation between Staines and Windsor and Eton Riverside. Another pilot is planned for the Worcester area shortly on London Midland services. Both are precursors to wider rollouts in future. On 23 November we announced the launch of pay as you go (PAYG) in London from 2 January 2010 which will allow use of Oyster on London rail services.
Mrs. Villiers: To ask the Minister of State, Department for Transport which rail franchises include mandatory provisions for introducing Integrated Transport Smartcard Organisation-compliant ticket systems; and when such a system is to be implemented under the terms of each franchise. 
Chris Mole: South West Trains, London Midland, East Coast, Southern, Arriva Cross Country and East Midlands Trains all have smartcard obligations. The specific details of these commitments are commercially sensitive as they will be the subject of competitive tender by the respective train operator and therefore are not in the public domain.
Mr. Rob Wilson: To ask the Minister of State, Department for Transport how many road traffic accidents in (a) Berkshire and (b) Reading East constituency involved drivers without a licence in each of the last five years. 
Miss McIntosh: To ask the Minister of State, Department for Transport how many deaths in road traffic accidents there have been on roads in (a) Vale of York constituency, (b) North Yorkshire and (c) England in each year since 1994. 
|Number of fatalities in reported personal injury road accidents in (a) Vale of York constituency, (b) North Yorkshire County and (c) England: 1994-2008|
|Number of fatalities|
|Accident year||(a) Vale of York( 1)||(b) North Yorkshire( 2)||(c) England|
|(1) Based on 2004 constituency boundary.|
(2) Includes unitary authority of City of York.
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