Mike Penning: The Government will not provide any money to local authorities to put up new fixed speed cameras. If authorities want to put up new fixed cameras they are free to do so using their own resources. We strongly encourage authorities to put resources into the most effective road safety measures.
Norman Baker: In his written ministerial statement to the House on 10 June 2010, Official Report, column 35WS, regarding major schemes the Secretary of State for Transport made it clear that the Department will not be able to identify those major investments that can be supported until the conclusion of the Government's spending review in the autumn.
Mrs Villiers: We recognise the valuable work done by community rail partnerships. We look to train operators and communities in the north-west to progress practical and innovative ideas for supporting local railways, including improvements to stations and links to them.
Norman Baker: The coalition agreement set out a commitment to mandate a national charging network for electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles. Achieving this via the regulated asset base is one approach. We are considering a full range of options, but no decisions have yet been taken.
Lisa Nandy: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what applications for grants from (a) Wigan metropolitan borough council and (b) other local authorities in the North West region are under consideration by his Department. 
Norman Baker: In November 2007 Wigan Metropolitan borough council were awarded funding of £400,000 for both 2009-10 and 2010-11 to carry out bridge strengthening on their roads. They subsequently requested that this funding be increased by £750,000 due to increases in the cost estimates for works on the Atherton Central Station Bridge.
Sefton borough council have made an application to increase the funding awarded to them in February 2009 to carry out maintenance on the detrunked A565 and have sought funding to support maintenance on the A5058 Miller's Bridge.
This Department is considering a claim submitted for £5.3 million by Cumbria county council for funding towards the costs of carrying out repairs to damage to their local highways caused by the flooding in November 2009.
All local highway authorities in England have been advised of their allocation from the £84 million funding to assist them to repair their roads damaged by this winter's severe weather. Authorities have been requested to confirm that they accept the terms and conditions of the grant. The confirmation is to be accompanied by supporting documentation to show that the relevant delegated authority exist to accept the terms and condition of the grant.
Harriett Baldwin: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport whether the amount of funding for transport provided to Worcestershire county council will remain at the planned level of £46 million to 2016; and if he will make a statement. 
Norman Baker: The amount of funding provided to Worcestershire county council by the Department for Transport is subject to the Spending Review. This will conclude in the autumn, and will set spending limits for every Government department for the period 2011-12 to 2014-15.
In addition, a proportion of the £13.5 million cost of the Greater Manchester wide Urban Traffic Control major scheme has been spent in Wigan, and the following cycling training grants have been allocated to Wigan metropolitan borough council in the past five years:
Mr Watson: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice what the URL is of each website managed by (a) his Department and (b) each non-departmental public body and agency for which his Department is responsible. 
The following list gives other websites managed by Ministry of Justice and its non-departmental public bodies and agencies as at June 2010. The Ministry of Justice is committed to a programme of website rationalisation in line with the recommendations of the Varney review, and this will result in a reduction in the number of these websites. The Ministry aims to have no more than 20 websites remaining in use by 31 March 2011.