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Regular news: Issue 408 15 Mar 2006

'Priority pathfinder' local authorities selected by DfT and LGA

Ten local authorities in England have been chosen by the DfT and the Local Government Association to be given the new status of 'shared priority pathfinders' and develop joint transport arrangements between central government and local councils.

The ten authorities, which were chosen from twenty applicants, cover a mix of urban and rural areas. They are Devon, Durham, Halton, Greater Manchester PTA, Norfolk, Nottingham, Oxfordshire, Surrey, West Sussex and High Peak. Six of the authorities are...

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