To represent major issues that impact on UK drivers, from motorists to hauliers. Notably current fuel taxation, congestion charges, ULEZ/CAZs, parking costs, roads investment, fairer treatment for carbon based fuelled vehicle owners, solutions to lower emissions, cleaner fuel incentives, alternative technology options and transparent pricing at the fuel pumps. The APPG will also formulate a long term approach to the future of road taxation and a positive road transport strategy.
1. Fair Fuel for UK Motorists and UK Hauliers
28/09/2017 - APPGs
Found: issues that impact on UK drivers, from motorists to hauliers. Notably current fuel taxation, congestion
Found: extra travel time and fuel for your journey.
I would also like to thank motorists, businesses and residents
3. M6 bridge on the move in 24-hour operation this weekend
18/09/2018 - Highways England
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Found: move in 24-hour operation this weekend
Motorists are reminded that work to remove an 800 tonne
4. Taxation of road fuels
25/04/2018 - Parliamentary Research
Found: Contents: 1. The structure of road fuel taxation 2. Road fuel tax policy up to 2010 3. The Coalition
5. Helping you get home for Christmas with miles of roadworks lifted
14/12/2018 - Highways England
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Found: roadworks-free in time for Christmas, meaning motorists and hauliers alike can get on with last-minute shopping
1. Oral Answers to Questions
09/04/2019 - Commons Chamber
1: vehicle on fuel since 2010 compared with the pre-2010 escalator plan. However, the benefits to hauliers and - Speech Link
2: is another measure that could help our hauliers and businesses even more, which would be to dual the A120 - Speech Link
3: breaks is the Chancellor putting in place so that hauliers are able to continue through the uncertainty on - Speech Link
2. Finance (No. 3) Bill (Seventh sitting)
06/12/2018 - Public Bill Committees
1: confirm, road transport accounts for 22% of total UK carbon dioxide emissions—a major contributor to climate - Speech Link
2: ordinary people in our most congested city.It is fair to say that there is a strong suspicion that the - Speech Link
3: comes on top of the Government’s decision to freeze fuel duty rates for the ninth successive year, which - Speech Link
3. Vehicle Fuel (Publication of Tax Information)
01/02/2017 - Commons Chamber
1: inclusion on vehicle fuel receipts of the amounts of each tax paid; to require all retail fuel pumps to display - Speech Link
4. Private Parking: Ports and Trading Estates
11/12/2018 - Commons Chamber
1: jobs in Suffolk and, increasingly, elsewhere in the UK.This issue first came to my attention when - Speech Link
5. Finance (No.2) Bill (Third sitting)
27/04/2021 - Public Bill Committees
1: and schedule 20 reform the use of polluting diesel fuel by reducing the number of businesses that benefit - Speech Link
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