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Coronavirus: implications for transport

Inquiry

The Transport Committee is asking transport workers, stakeholders and members of the public to write to them about the transport issues they face during the coronavirus outbreak.

MPs will explore the impact felt by the industry, its workers and passengers in a rolling programme of work to monitor the impact of coronavirus on UK transport, sector by sector.

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This inquiry is currently accepting evidence

The committee wants to hear your views. We welcome submissions from anyone with answers to the questions in the call for evidence. You can submit evidence until Monday 29 June 2020.

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Reports and government responses

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Oral evidence submissions

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20 May 2020
Inquiry Coronavirus: implications for transport
Witnesses Diana Holland, Brian Strutton, Jason Holt, Kelly Tolhurst, Richard Moriarty, and Rannia Leontaridi
Committees Transport Committee
Oral Evidence
11 May 2020
Inquiry Coronavirus: implications for transport
Witnesses Willie Walsh
Committees Transport Committee
Oral Evidence
6 May 2020
Inquiry Coronavirus: implications for transport
Witnesses Simon Calder, Mark Tanzer, John Holland-Kaye, Debra Bowen Rees, Karen Dee, and Tim Alderslade
Committees Transport Committee
Oral Evidence

Written evidence submissions

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Witnesses Benjamin Hanna
Committees Transport Committee
Written Evidence
Witnesses Mr K Arnold
Committees Transport Committee
Written Evidence
Witnesses London Biggin Hill Airport
Committees Transport Committee
Written Evidence

Contact us

  • Email: transcom@parliament.uk
  • Phone: General enquiries: 020 7219 3266/ Text relay: 18001 020 7219 3266/ Media enquiries: 020 7219 8211
  • Address: Transport Committee, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA/ Twitter: @CommonsTrans