LOCAL MP Mary Creagh has been doing her bit for the environment - on her bike.
The Wakefield MP has been cycling to work at the Commons.
And her claim of £230 put her joint top of the league table for MPs' cycling expenses.
Despite his high-profile bicycle rides to the Commons, Conservative leader David Cameron is not among the 10 MPs who put in claims for cycling expenses of 20p a mile.
The cycling MPs were headed by Jeremy Corbyn (Lab, Islington North, £230) and Mrs Creagh (£230).
MPs' travel expenses have been laid bare after a two-year freedom of information battle with House of Commons authorities.
The figures revealed wide differences between the amount of money claimed for travel by car, plane, taxi and train.
Huddersfield MP Barry Sheerman is listed as claiming £8,613 for car mileage.
Travel expenses for 2005/06 totalled about £4.5m, including almost £2m on car mileage, about £1.5m on trains, about £1m on flights and over £45,000 in taxi fares.
The figures were released to Liberal Democrat MP Norman Baker after he won a two-year fight with Commons authorities.
The biggest claim for car hire and taxis was made by Conservative MP Richard Bacon (South Norfolk), who spent £5,685.
The biggest claim for car mileage came from Labour's Janet Anderson, from the Lancashire constituency of Rossendale and Darwen.
Her £16,612 mileage expenses were more than £4,500 more than the next highest claim and represent the equivalent of covering 60,448 miles in the car in the space of a year.
MPs can claim 40p per mile for the first 10,000 miles driven on parliamentary business and 25p for each mile after that.