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Sustainability in the Department for Transport inquiry

Inquiry

The Department for Transport needs a clear strategy to increase the use of ultra-low emission vehicles, reduce air pollution and deal with the VW cheat device scandal so that it can meet decarbonisation and air quality targets, the Environmental Audit Committee says in its report.

Reports, special reports and government responses

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3rd Report - Sustainability in the Department for Transport
Inquiry Sustainability in the Department for Transport inquiry
HC 184
Report
Response to this report
4th Special Report - Sustainability in the Department for Transport: Government Response to the Committee’s Third Report of Session 2016–17
HC 819
Special Report
4th Special Report - Sustainability in the Department for Transport: Government Response to the Committee’s Third Report of Session 2016–17
Inquiry Sustainability in the Department for Transport inquiry
HC 819
Special Report
Correspondence between Mary Creagh and John Hayes regarding Volkswagen and Sustainability in the Department for Transport dated 19 December 2016 and January 2017
Inquiry Sustainability in the Department for Transport inquiry
Correspondence

Oral evidence transcripts

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26 April 2016
Inquiry Sustainability in the Department for Transport inquiry
Witnesses Lucy Chadwick, Director General, International, Security and Environment Group, Rosalind Wall, Head of Environmental Strategy, and Emma Campbell, Head of Environment and International Transport Analysis, Department for Transport.
Oral Evidence
West Yorkshire Combined Authority (SDT0004)
Bristol City Council (SDT0006)
Transport for Greater Manchester (SDT0005)

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