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Local Transport Bill [HL] 2007-08

Government Bill - Introduced by Lord Bassam of Brighton, Department for Transport

Progress of Bill including links to debates

Key to abbreviations 
L L L L L C C C C C    
1R 2R Comm Rep 3R 1R 2R Comm Rep 3R PP RA
07.11.07 20.11.07
20.11.07
                   

Related Business Papers

Lords
7 Dec 07 Amendment Paper Supplementary to the Marshalled List of Amendments to be moved in Grand Committee as at 10th December 2007
5 Dec 07 Amendment Paper Revised Marshalled List of Amendments to be moved in Grand Committee as at 5th December 2007
7 Nov 07 HL Bill 1 07-08PDF Bill as Introduced - pdf version
7 Nov 07 HL Bill 1 07-08 Bill as Introduced - html version

About the Bill

Make further provision in relation to local transport authorities, the provision and regulation of road transport services and the subsidising of passenger transport services; to amend sections 74, 75 and 79 of the Transport Act 1985; to make provision for or in relation to committees which represent the interests of users of public transport; to rename Passenger Transport Authorities as Integrated Transport Authorities and to make further provision in relation to them; to make further provision in relation to charging for the use of roads; to make provision in relation to the acquisition, disclosure and use of information relating to vehicles registered outside the United Kingdom; and for connected purposes.

Explanatory Notes

About Parliament: Government Bills

This is a term for a type of Public Bill, introduced by government ministers.

Public Bills change the law as it applies to the general population and are the most common type of Bill introduced in Parliament. Government Ministers propose many Public Bills - those put forward by other MPs or peers are known as Private Members' Bills

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