§ Norman Baker
To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what percentage of journeys made to(a) Gatwick, (b) Heathrow, (c) Stansted and (d) Luton airports were made by (i) train, (ii) bus and (iii) other road vehicles in the latest year for which figures are available. 
§ Mr. Jamieson
In 2001, the percentage of journeys made by train to Gatwick was 21.2 per cent. (9 per cent. bus/coach and 69.8 per cent. other road vehicles). For Heathrow, the corresponding proportions were 21.5 per cent. train (ie rail and tube), 13.1 per cent. bus/ coach, and 65.4 per cent. other road vehicles. At Stansted, the proportions were: 27.3 per cent. train, 7.6 per cent. bus/coach, and 65.1 per cent. other road vehicles. The proportions recorded at Luton are 26.1 per cent. bus/coach and 73.9 per cent. other road vehicles.