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Welsh Government warms to Joint Transport Authorities

GOVERNANCE

Rhodri Clark
17 December 2018
 

The Welsh Government is proposing to create a statutory Joint Transport Authority (JTA) to cover the whole of Wales, using powers it obtained in the Transport (Wales) Act 2006.

In 2006, it was expected that the first JTA would replace the South East Wales Transport Alliance, a non-statutory consortium of ten local authorities. Three other consortiums covered the rest of Wales, and JTAs were seen as possible replacements in the longer term.

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