Bus Deregulation in the Metropolitan Areas
Avebury, Jan 1, 1991 - Technology & Engineering - 264 pages
A report by the Transport Studies Unit, set up to monitor the effects of the 1985 Transport Act from a broad perspective and incorporating assessment of indirect and social impacts, as well as those in fares, service levels and efficiency.
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THE ROAD TO DEREGULATION
THE STRUCTURE OF THE BUS INDUSTRY
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1985 Transport Act average Bus and Coach bus companies bus deregulation bus industry bus market bus operators bus services bus stations car ownership Coach Statistics 1988/9 commercial services concessionary fares schemes congestion contract costs Department of Transport drivers entry ex-NBC fare increases fare scales fares rise following deregulation frequency GMBL Greater Manchester journeys London Magicbus Manchester Minibuses Merseyside metropolitan areas metropolitan PTCs Midland Red West mileage National Bus Company network tickets off-peak overall period platform staff pre-deregulation prior to deregulation private operators privatisation problems PTA areas PTCs public transport reduced result revenue routes Scottish Bus Group sector service levels shire counties shows smaller operators Source South Yorkshire Transport Strathclyde subsidy survey Table tendered services timetable Traffic Commissioners Transport Studies Unit travelcard TRRL Tyne and Wear University Transport Studies vehicle miles wage West Midlands Travel West Yorkshire White Paper Yorkshire Rider