Russell George AM
 Chair, Economy, Infrastructure and Skills Committee
 National Assembly for Wales
 Ty Hywel
 Cardiff Bay
 CF99 1NA

25 May 2017

Dear Russell

 

Petitions currently under consideration by the Petitions Committee

 

I am keen that we provide the best possible service to people and organisations who petition the National Assembly for Wales.

 

In this spirit, and a desire to support joint-working between Assembly committees, I am writing to you to share information about the petitions we are currently considering which concern subjects within the remit of your Committee.

 

The current list is in the annex to this letter.

 

If any petitions are relevant to your current work programme it will assist us in our consideration if you, or your clerking team, could let us know. If you would like any further information on any of these petitions I would also be happy to provide it.

 

Yours sincerely

Mike Hedges AC/AM

Cadeirydd/ Chair


 

Annex

 

P-04-667

A Roundabout for the A477/A4075 Junction

​P-04-688

TATA Steel Port Talbot Power Plant

P-05-690

Resurfacing of the A40 Raglan-Abergavenny Road

P-05-701

Road Safety Improvements Along the A487 Trunk Road between Cardigan and Aberystwyth, to Include Passing Places

P-05-710

Ensure Disabled People can Access Public Transport as and When They Need it

P-05-714

Include a Mynachdy and Talybont Station as Part of the Cardiff Metro Proposal

P-05-716

Free Train Transport for School Pupils with Arriva Trains Wales

P-05-720

Hirwaun and Penderyn Community Council Petition for the Installation of Fibre Optic Broadband

P-05-721

Penegoes Speed Limit Petition

P-05-725

Widen the A470 from Pontypridd to Coryton to 3 Lanes

P-05-731

Land & Access Lane Sale at Abercwmboi

P-05-737

Save Our Bus

P-05-738

Public Petition for the Dinas Powys By-Pass

P-05-740

Petition To Protect Our High Street

P-05-746

Free School Transport for All Children in Wales

P-05-748

School Buses For School Children

P-05-755

Call on Welsh Government to make the A48 safe for all road users and pedestrians at Laleston, Broadlands and Merthyr Mawr