4 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, 73 p. :|
|Number of Pages||58|
|2||Research report / Transport and Road Research Laboratory -- 190|
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Only a handful of municipal operators remain, with some securing their futures with equity partnership deals with private operators. 51 Territorial extent England and Wales Dates 16 July 1985 1 April 1986 Principal local authorities in England after the passing of the act The Local Government Act 1985 is an in the.
Although most of the Chesterfield rolling stock was disposed of in the first year the former Chesterfield Transport Stonegravels depot is still in use today. In their place many single purpose authorities known collectively as 'joint authorities' were established for fire service, police and passenger transport.
It proposed the abolition of road service licensing and allowed for the introduction of competition on local bus services for the first time since the 1930s.
Service also suffered as bus passengers were often ignored at stops with low passenger numbers in order to ensure that the bus would reach the more lucrative stops first [ ].
Scotland has bucked the trend in recent years, but only due to a national concessionary scheme allowing over-660s free bus travel throughout the country. It came into effect on 1 April 1986, with some powers being devolved to the themselves and and others to joint authorities such as for fire or police purposes consisting of members of each of the metropolitan district councils within each county.
Transdev became part of Veolia Transdev on 3 March 2011. West Midlands Trading Standards Joint Committee• No changes have been applied to the text.
In 2001 Stagecoach sold its Blackburn garage and operations to Blazefield Group, which operates the services under the fleetname Lancashire United. The paper examines the impact of deregulation on service co-ordination in the British conurbations outside London.
Such "bus wars" often end in the smaller companies ceasing to operate the route, leading to increased patronage of the larger provider. The dates will coincide with the earliest date on which the change e. Fylde Sold by Fylde Borough Council to its management in December 1993, the company was bought byitself a municipal operator, in summer 1994.
AUTHOR INFO: WEST YORKSHIRE PASSENGER TRANSPORT EXECUTIVE• Service also suffered as bus passengers were often ignored at stops with low passenger numbers in order to ensure that the bus would reach the more lucrative stops first [ ].
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1990 Demographic impacts, social consequences, and the transport policy debate, Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 6 2 : 76-90.