HL Deb 25 June 2004 vol 662 cc165-7WA
Lord Moynihan

asked Her Majesty's Government:

Further to the Written Answer by the Lord McIntosh of Haringey on 27 May (WA 161), whether they will provide details of the 17 billion of public money which has been allocated to improve transport in London between now and 2012; and what are the budgets and timeframes for specfic Underground lines, Underground stations, railway lines, railway stations, bus based intiatives, walking and cycling initiatives. [HL3187]

Lord Davis of Oldham

The figure of £17 billion refers to the planned public expenditure on London transport set out in the Transport 10-year plan updateDelivering Better Transport: Progress Report, published in December 2002.

The breakdown of the spending plan is:

priorities in London. The remaining £2.8 billion will be allocated to London boroughs through revenue support grant.

It is therefore not possible to provide a breakdown of the specific projects it will deliver.