1 edition of Effects of the 1985 Transport Act in West Yorkshire found in the catalog.
|Statement||Transport Planning Division, Safety and Transportation Group, Transport and Road Research Laboratory|
|Publishers||Transport Planning Division, Safety and Transportation Group, Transport and Road Research Laboratory|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 55 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
|2||Research report / Transport and Road Research Laboratory -- 190|
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Where bus use has increased outside London it has been in areas where the transport policies of the local authorities are well coordinated through Quality Partnerships and where investment in public transport infrastructure, such as bus lanes, is prioritised.
Was the first Municipal Operator to create an arms length company. In their place many single purpose authorities known collectively as 'joint authorities' were established for fire service, police and passenger transport.
The dates will coincide with the earliest date on which the change e. West Yorkshire Trading Standards Joint Committee Joint arrangements established by Part II• Certainly deregulation has not stopped the decline in bus usage.
The measures enacted by the act had been proposed in the in 1983. bought the company in 1997, initially renamed as First Southampton, which was to merge with the former People's Provincial operations in Portsmouth in 1999, and is now part of.
All of the authorities were controlled by, or came under the control of the opposition during Thatcher's first term. Grampian Regional Transport Sold by the then Grampian Regional Council to its employees in January 1989, the company expanded into the GRT Group, predecessor to. Transdev became part of Veolia Transdev on 3 March 2011. THE EFFECTS OF THE 1985 TRANSPORT ACT IN WEST YORKSHIRE No abstract provided.
On 22 January 2007, acquired the business of Blackburn Transport from Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council and integrated it with its subsidiary.