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M62 J25-30 Hard Shoulder Running
A46 Newark to Widmerpool Imp moved into the Construction Phase in June 2009.
A14 Kettering Bypass
A1 Western Bypass
A1/A19/A1068 Seaton Burn
A160/A180 Imp Immingham
A19/A1058 Coast Road
A19/A189 Moor Farm
A19/A184 Testos Grade Separated Junction
A21 Baldslow Link
A38 Derby Junctions
A5036 Port of Liverpool Access
A63 Castle Street Improvement
Chichester and A27 Transport
M1 J10-13 Hard Shoulder Running
M1 J32-35a Hard Shoulder Running
M25 J23-27 Sect 5 Hard Shoulder Running
M25 J30/A13 Corridor
M25 J5-6/7 Sect 2 Hard Shoulder Running
M3 J2-4a Hard Shoulder Running
M4 J3-12 Hard Shoulder Running
M54 to M6 Toll Private Equity Partnership
M6 J13-15 (including J15)
M6 J15-19 (including J19)
M60 J12-18 Impt (Junction 28 to 12 Improvements)
M60 J8-12 Hard Shoulder Running
M62 J18-20 Hard Shoulder Running
Mr. Hurd: To ask the Minister of State, Department for Transport how many separate bookings at five star or above hotels were made through the Expotel contract by his Department in the last year for which figures are available; and at what cost. 
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Simon Hughes: To ask the Minister of State, Department for Transport what consideration his Department has given to the merits of redeveloping London Bridge station so as to allow South London Line services to continue to operate from that station. 
Chris Mole: It has always been recognised that it would not be possible to reconstruct London Bridge station within its current footprint without removing some of the terminating platforms, and thus reducing the number of trains that could use this part of the station.
If additional services from the South London Line were to be routed into the London Bridge station this would require a further expansion of the station which would be cost-prohibitive potentially require additional land and would require further planning consents.
Ian Stewart: To ask the Minister of State, Department for Transport what information his Department (a) holds and (b) has access to on (i) the number of heavy trucks and lorry drivers (A) employed and (B) self-employed in each EU and EFTA member state, (ii) the average hours worked by each category of driver in each such state in the latest period for which figures are available and (iii) the average (1) hourly and (2) weekly earnings of heavy truck and lorry drivers in each such state in the latest period for which figures are available. 
Chris Mole: There are no dedicated cameras for surveillance of the M4 bus and taxi lane. However, there are six CCTV cameras between junctions 3 and 2 of the M4, which can be used to monitor the carriageway.
Mrs. Villiers: To ask the Minister of State, Department for Transport what recent research his Department and its agencies have undertaken on the number of traffic officers required to attend incidents on motorways. 
Mrs. Villiers: To ask the Minister of State, Department for Transport (1) how much his Department (a) has spent and (b) plans to spend on the (i) M25 junction 30 improvements in Essex, (ii) M1 junctions 39 to 42 project and (iii) M4 junctions 3 to 12 project; and what the total projected cost of each is; 
(2) how much his Department (a) has spent and (b) plans to spend on the (i) M1 junctions 21 to 30 improvements project, (ii) M25 junctions 27 to 30 widening project, (iii) M25 junction 1b to 3 project, (iv) M1 junction 25 to 28 project and (v) A5117/A550 Deeside Park junction project; and what the total projected cost of each is; 
(3) how much his Department (a) has spent and (b) plans to spend on the (i) A2/A282 Dartford improvement project, (ii) A2 Bean to Cobham: Phase 2 project, (iii) A66 Carkin Moor to Scotch Corner Improvements project, (iv) A66 Greta Bridge to Stephen Bank improvement project and (v) A66 Long Newton junction project; and what the total projected cost of each is. 
Chris Mole: The following table shows how much the Department (a) has spent (actual spend to date) and ( b) plans to spend (forecast future spend) for each project. The table also gives the total projected cost and the current project phase within the project lifecycle (Options-Development-Constructions-Operations).
|Actual spend to date (£ million)||Forecast future spend (£ million)||Total projected cost (£ million)||Phase|
|(1) The M1 J21-30 scheme was not included in the January 2009 Roads Announcement. It was a motorway widening scheme in the former Targeted Programme of Improvements, the first phase of which (widening between junctions 25-28) is under construction. Costs for this scheme are included in the table.|
For projects in Options, budgets have only been approved to progress the projects to the end of the current phase. Approval will be sought from Ministers to move to the next phase, together with a new phase budget, at the appropriate time. Ministerial approval will be based on priorities, affordability, completion of statutory processes and the scheme continuing to demonstrate value for money. For these schemes the table gives spend to date and forecast spend to the end of the current phase.
Mr. Hurd: To ask the Minister of State, Department for Transport what payments (a) his Department and (b) each of its agencies made to the Newspaper Licensing Agency in each year since his Department was established. 
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