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Fares

Volume 227: debated on Monday 28 June 1993

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To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what has been the annual percentage change in fares for (a) British Rail Network SouthEast, (b) London Underground and (c) London Buses for each of the years since 1979; and what was the annual rate of inflation for each of those years.

The information requested is given in the table.one of the members in the £65,001–£70,000 salary band has left the board; and there are now eight members—six male and two female—in the £5,001–£10,000 band.

Civil Aviation Authority. There are now no members in the £25,000–£30,000 salary band; one instead of two in the £20,001–£25,000 band; one instead of nil in the £15,001–£20,000 band; and five members, one of whom is female, instead of four male members in the £10,001–£15,000 band.

London Regional Transport. The salary of the chairman is now £111,030; the part-time deputy chairman has retired and the salary of his successor, a full-time member who is also chief executive, is £100,000. Following changes to board membership and a reallocation of responsibilities, changes in distribution between salary bands are:

  • 3M £30,001–40,000
  • 1M £20,001–30,000
  • 3M, 1F £10,001–20,000
  • 1F £ 5,001–10,000

Executive Bodies. The remuneration of the three part-time members of Trinity House lighthouse service nominated by my right hon. Friend is now £6,325; and the salary of the traffic director for London is £61,530.

Advisory Bodies. Fee rates shown have been increased from £126 to £153 and from £96 to £117.

Traffic Commissioners/Licensing Authorities. Six traffic commissioners now come within the £40,001–£45,000 salary band and one in the £45,001–£50,000 band. The fee rate for deputy commissioners—now 15 male and one female—is £177.