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    New dates and locations for the Department for Transport’s consultation events have been announced and CTA has been asked to share them with its members.

    There are now also events being held in Exeter (5th April),  Edinburgh (16th April) and Leeds (25th April). The Department are also finalising dates for an event in Manchester.

    Please see below a message supplied to CTA by the the Department for Transport , including the updated dates:

    Department for Transport officials are keen to meet with CTA members at a series of events across England, Scotland and Wales as part of the Department’s consultation on the issue and use of section 19 and 22 permits under the Transport Act 1985. The purpose of these events will be to explain the consultation policy proposals and answer questions, though officials will not be able to provide legal advice. The events will consist of a presentation and a question and answer session spread over a two-hour session.

    Exeter, 5th AprilSee details here.

    Ipswich, 9th April,
    Morning session: see details here.
    Afternoon session: see details here.

    Nottingham, 13th April
    Morning session: see details here.
    Afternoon session: see details here.

    Edinburgh, 16th April
    Morning session: see details here.
    Afternoon session: see details here.

    Pontypridd,  20th April
    Morning session: see details here.
    Afternoon session: see details here.

    Leeds, 25th April
    Morning session: see details here.
    Afternoon session: see details here.

    London, 27th April
    Morning session: see details here.
    Afternoon session: see details here.

    Please note: these events are being run by the Department for Transport. If you have any questions please contact buses@dft.gsi.gov.uk


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