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Regular news: Issue 599 22 Jun 2012

Panel of unpaid experts proposed to replace ‘expensive’ DPTAC

THE DFT is consulting on plans to replace the Disabled Persons Transport Advisory Committee (DPTAC) with a new unpaid panel of experts along with Equality 2025, a cross-departmental disability body sponsored by the Department for Work and Pensions.

DPTAC was established under the 1985 Transport Act to provide  ministers with independent advice on disabled travel issues. Ministers believe the 12-member committee is “outdated and restrictive, lacking the flexibility and accountability...

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