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Welsh Government puts bus franchising on the agenda

BUSES

Andrew Forster
17 March 2017
Wales: bus franchising?
Wales: bus franchising?

 

The Welsh Government is seeking views on a major programme of bus industry reforms, including bus franchising powers for local authorities and statutory guidance on the quality of bus services and local authority-provided bus infrastructure. 

Other changes could see legal restrictions on local authorities setting up bus companies removed; operators required to consult local authorities on service changes; and statutory quality partnerships replaced by a new model of Bus Partnership...

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