Guernsey States reject width and emissions tax
Uncertainty remains over how the States of Guernsey's transport strategy will be funded after two proposed tax models were rejected.
Ahead of the States meeting, 150 people turned out to protest against the width and emissions tax.
The money raised from taxation is needed for the transport strategy.
The strategy includes plans for a free bus service, paid parking, improvements to walking and cycling facilities and a review of island speed limits.
The Environment Department, which is responsible for transport matters, is expected to bring forward new proposals for a width and emissions tax as it was agreed as part of the overall strategy.
|Voting for the amended width and emissions tax proposals|
|Pour (for) - 21||Contre (against) - 23|
|Deputy Peter Harwood||Deputy Jan Kuttelwascher|
|Deputy Barry Brehaut||Deputy Roger Domaille|
|Deputy Rob Jones||Deputy Allister Langlois|
|Deputy Michelle Le Clerc||Deputy Lester Queripel|
|Deputy John Gollop||Deputy Kevin Stewart|
|Deputy Peter Sherbourne||Deputy Peter Gillson|
|Deputy Richard Conder||Deputy Paul Le Pelley|
|Deputy Elis Bebb||Deputy Lyndon Trott|
|Deputy Gavin St Pier||Deputy Dave Jones|
|Deputy Scott Ogier||Deputy Laurie Queripel|
|Deputy Matt Fallaize||Deputy Mary Lowe|
|Deputy Andrew Le Lievre||Deputy Garry Collins|
|Deputy Darren Duquemin||Deputy Barry Paint|
|Deputy Chris Green||Deputy Roger Perrot|
|Deputy Mark Dorey||Deputy Al Brouard|
|Deputy Jonathan Le Tocq||Deputy Arrun Wilkie|
|Deputy Hunter Adam||Deputy David De Lisle|
|Deputy Yvonne Burford||Deputy David Inglis|
|Deputy Paul Luxon||Deputy Heidi Soulsby|
|Deputy Mike Hadley||Deputy Robert Sillars|
|Alderney Rep Graham McKinley||Deputy Mike O'Hara|
|Deputy Francis Quin|
|Alderney Rep Louis Jean|
Deputies Martin Storey, Tony Spruce and Sandra James were absent from the assembly.