Safety on Learner Transport (Wales) Measure 2011
Government proposed Measure - introduced by Ieuan Wyn Jones AM, Deputy First Minister and Minister for the Economy and Transport
About the Proposed Measure
A Measure to make provision about safety on transport provided or otherwise secured by local authorities or governing bodies of maintained schools for the purpose of ensuring the attendance of children at places where they receive education or training; and for connected purposes.
Following agreement by the National Assembly of the text of the proposed Measure, it received Royal Approval on 10 May 2011. The proposed Measure is now a Measure of the National Assembly (a Welsh law).
Record of Passage in the National Assembly for Wales
The following table sets out the dates for each stage of the Measure’s passage through the National Assembly for Wales.
* undertaken by Legislation Committee No.4
On this page you can find further information about this Measure, including Committee correspondence, news items and Business Committee papers.
Consideration and agreement of the general principles of the Measure:
The Committee has issued a call for evidence on the Proposed Safety on Learner Transport (Wales) Measure, which closed on 5 November 2010.
Stage 1 Committee Report
Legislation Committee No. 4 reported on the general principles of the proposed Measure on 16 December 2010.
Plenary Stage 1 debate
The Assembly agreed to the general principles of the Measure after the Stage 1 debate in plenary on 11 January 2011
Detailed consideration of the Measure and any amendments tabled by a committee of Assembly Members:
Stage 2 commenced on 12 January 2011 and concluded on 3 February 2011. Details of tabled amendments are available at: