Dear Mersey Gateway Crossings Board Ltd,
I note that your published website statistics does not reveal the number of 'free' crossings made by Halton residents.

I am assuming that these crossings must be paid for. So, a number of questions follow...

If they are truely free, please say so.

If they are not:
Who pays for these crossings (out of whose budget does this come?)
How many have there been, monthly, from the Crossings opening ?
What is the financial cost (by month and in total) of these crossings?
Can you estimate when the crossing will be paid for?

You can obviously use 'What do they know' to reply.

Thank you.

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Mersey Gateway,

Dear Mr Oliver

 

Freedom of Information Act 2000 - Request for Information

 

I am writing in respect of your recent enquiry for information held by the
Mersey Gateway Crossings Board under the provisions of the Freedom of
Information Act.

 

Please find enclosed the information you requested:-

 

No: Question Answer
  I note  
that your
  published Details of crossings made under LUDS have been published and can be found by
website clicking on the “further stats” link on the Dashboard
statistics
does not
reveal the
number of
'free'
crossings
made by
Halton
residents.

I am
assuming
that these
crossings
must be
paid for.
So, a
number of
questions
follow...

If they
are truely
free,
please say
so.

 

If they
are not:
1 Who pays Please see
for these [1]http://www.merseygateway.co.uk/local-use...
  crossings
(out of
whose
budget
does this
come?)
2 How many Please see Dashboard
have there
  been,
monthly,
from the
Crossings
opening ?
3 What is Number of trips multiplied by £1.80
the
  financial
cost (by
month and
in total)
of these
crossings?
4 Can you As and when incurred.
estimate
  when the
crossing
will be
paid for?

 

Any future correspondence you may have with the Mersey Gateway Crossings
Board in relation to this matter should be sent to
[2][email address].

 

Yours sincerely,

 

The Mersey Gateway Crossings Board

 

 

 

 

 

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