Continue to run through trains from Bristol to Waterloo via Trowbridge

The Department for Transport has specified that the direct trains from Bristol, Keynsham, Bath, Bradford-on-Avon and Trowbridge to London (Waterloo) via Salisbury cease in December (2021). We ask that they continue to run pending consultation and effective ongoing provision.

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Thursday 7th October 2021
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Thursday 7th April 2022
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1. Continue to run through trains from Bristol to Waterloo via Trowbridge
03/10/2021 - Petitions

Found: The Department for Transport has specified that the direct trains from Bristol, Keynsham, Bath, Bradford-on-Avon

2. NP 2480 - 25 June 2013 (objection deadline 16 July 2013)
02/12/2019 - Traffic Commissioners for Great Britain
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3. NP 2586 - 16 March 2017 (objection deadline 6 April 2017)
02/12/2019 - Traffic Commissioners for Great Britain
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4. NP 2493 - 24 December 2013 (objection deadline 14 January 2013)
02/12/2019 - Traffic Commissioners for Great Britain
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Found: PUBLICATION NUMBER: 2493 PUBLICATION DATE: 24 December 2013 OBJECTION DEADLINE DATE: 14 January 2014

5. NP 2498 - 4 March 2014 (objection deadline 25 March 2014)
02/12/2019 - Traffic Commissioners for Great Britain
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Recent Speeches related to Continue to run through trains from Bristol to Waterloo via Trowbridge

1. Oral Answers to Questions
04/11/2021 - Commons Chamber

1: affected by the rail incident that took place in Salisbury this weekend. I am grateful to the train crews - Speech Link
2: Northern Powerhouse Rail in full with a stop in Bradford city centre will help to transform Bradford’s - Speech Link
3: leaders across West Yorkshire. We recognise that Bradford is an important economic centre in the north, - Speech Link

2. Integrated Rail Plan: North and Midlands
18/11/2021 - Commons Chamber

1: sooner than previously planned.When I became Transport Secretary in 2019, the HS2 project was already - Speech Link
2: Conservatives, including the Prime Minister and the Transport Secretary, have recommitted and re-promised 60 - Speech Link

3. Parking Charges: Chippenham
13/06/2018 - Westminster Hall

1: contact me. For instance, the situation in Bradford on Avon, which I represent, is more challenging because - Speech Link

4. Oral Answers to Questions
19/04/2018 - Commons Chamber

1: Minister’s letter of this week, saying that his Department is taking on extra resource to simplify the fare - Speech Link
2: 2 comes into operation it will move the express trains off the existing west coast main line and on to - Speech Link
3: The Secretary of State talks about moving express trains off the west coast main line, but of course we - Speech Link

5. Capital Infrastructure Projects: Bristol
14/10/2020 - Westminster Hall

1: to see you in the Chair, Ms Ghani.The Mayor of Bristol, Marvin Rees, is very keen to promote what he calls - Speech Link

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Recent Questions related to Continue to run through trains from Bristol to Waterloo via Trowbridge
1. Department for Transport: Public Consultation
asked by: Colleen Fletcher
23/03/2020
... what the average timescale is for his Department to respond to their consultations; and whether his Department has a target timescale for responding.

2. Department for Transport: Public Consultation
asked by: Andy McDonald
23/04/2019
... what definition of consultation his Department uses.

3. Department for Transport: Public Consultation
asked by: Andy McDonald
23/04/2019
... what the average response rate is to a public consultation undertaken by his Department.

4. Department for Transport: Public Consultation
asked by: Peter Dowd
12/03/2019
... (b) are closed awaiting a Government response and (c) have been initiated since 2016.

5. Department for Transport: UN Climate Conference 2021
asked by: Ruth Jones
29/11/2021
... how many Ministers in his Department travelled to COP26 by airplane.

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This is a well used service. No practical alternative is available or offered. It provides the only through trains from London to Trowbridge, Bradford-on-Avon, Oldfield Park and Keynsham. It provides the only through services from Bristol and Bath to South London. It connects to much of the South East. It provides much needed extra capacity

The future service might run as an extension of MetroWest services. This should be done with consultation.


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