Department for Transport (DfT)
Opportunity to comment on and amend the 2019 updated 'Code of practice: automated vehicle trialling'.
Have your say on priorities for developing our appraisal and modelling evidence base and making WebTAG more user friendly.
Suggests changing public service vehicle rules so that operations begin sooner and introducing formal tribunal rules in traffic commissioner tribunal functions.
Invites feedback on the Bus Services Act 2017 and open data policy proposals.
Seeks views on removing North Devon District Council from the list of competent harbour authorities and relieving it of duties in relation to the Pilotage Act.
This call for evidence supports the Williams Rail Review.
A call for evidence on the opportunities available to deliver goods more sustainably.
Seeks views and evidence to inform government’s work on the Future of Mobility Grand Challenge.
How to apply EU Regulation 1071/2009 to users of permits under sections 18 to 23A of the 1985 Transport Act.
Tyne and Wear Passenger Transport Executive, trading as Nexus, has applied for exemption to routinely use boarding devices at wheelchair accessible doors.
Seeks views on a new edition of the 'Specification for the reinstatement of openings in highways', a statutory code of practice for street works.
Seeks views on government's long term vision for aviation to 2050.
Seeking views on a range of issues related to renewable transport fuel supply in the UK.
Rail accessibility exemption for door closure warnings on Docklands Light Railway network.
Call for evidence on pollutants from brake, tyre and road surface wear and the effect on air quality.
Seeking views on how we plan to create a centralised database to identify taxi and private hire vehicles entering charging Clean Air Zones.
Consultation on statutory guidance for taxi and PHV licensing authorities.
Proposals on extending the pay-as-you-go (PAYG) on rail.
General call for evidence on how to better use and implement light rail and other rapid transit solutions in cities and towns.
The 5 possible route options for the central section of East West Rail.
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