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Greater Glasgow Passenger Transport Authority and Executive

Greater Glasgow Passenger Transport Authority.

Greater Glasgow Passenger Transport Authority and Executive

annual report and accounts.

by Greater Glasgow Passenger Transport Authority.

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Published by [G.G.P.T.A.] in [Glasgow] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Greater Glasgow Passenger Transport Authority.,
  • Greater Glasgow Passenger Transport Executive.

  • Edition Notes

    Joint report of the authority and the Executive.

    ContributionsGreater Glasgow Passenger TransportExecutive.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17893088M

    In , the Greater Glasgow Passenger Transport Executive became the Subway's operator, and the system was closed in May for major modernisation works costing £60m. After an official inauguration by Queen Elizabeth II in November , the Subway re-opened on 16th April community enquiry were presented at a Transport Summit, held in Glasgow in November The summit brought together a wide range of interests in Glasgow’s public transport including MSPs, the Traffic Commissioner for Scotland, SPT, Community Transport, First Bus, NHS Greater Glasgow, local authority transport planners and voluntary groups.

    Upon creation, TfWM absorbed the functions, responsibilities, assets, and staff of two former organisations: the West Midlands Integrated Transport Authority (WMITA) and Centro, which was the operating name of the West Midlands Passenger Transport Executive (WMPTE). The predecessor organisations were dissolved. TfWM's initial priorities are the expansion of the Metro through East . The Greater Glasgow Passenger Transport Executive, whose predecessors, Glasgow Corporation Transport, had acquired the subway in , were given authority to modernise the subway in , and after funding and planning had been sorted out, the scheduled closure was set for 28th May

    The North East Joint Transport Committee is a special joint committee of the North East Combined Authority and the North of Tyne Combined Authority. It is responsible for public transport policy in Tyne and Wear, County Durham and Northumberland. It is the governance of NEXUS, the trading name of the Tyne and Wear Passenger Transport Executive. Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) is the public body responsible for co-ordinating transport services throughout Greater Manchester in North West organisation traces its origins to the Transport Act , when the SELNEC (South East Lancashire/North East Cheshire) Passenger Transport Executive was established to co-ordinate public transport in and around Manchester.


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Greater Glasgow Passenger Transport Authority and Executive by Greater Glasgow Passenger Transport Authority. Download PDF EPUB FB2

In the United Kingdom, passenger transport executives (PTEs) are local government bodies which are responsible for public transport within large urban areas.

They are accountable to combined authorities, which were created between and and took the role of integrated transport authorities (ITAs).The PTEs have joined together to form the Urban Transport Group (Passenger Transport.

The principal predecessor to SPT was the Greater Glasgow Passenger Transport Executive (GGPTE) set up in to take over the Glasgow Corporation's public transport functions and to co-ordinate public transport in the Clyde the s it was replaced by the Strathclyde Passenger Transport Executive (SPTE), under the overall direction of Strathclyde Regional ry: Public transport.

Greater Glasgow Transport Executive Bus Timetable Greater Glasgow Passenger Transport Executive Bus Timetable 96 pages £ When the metropolitan county of Greater Manchester was created on 1 April the executive was replaced by GMPTE, with the county council replacing the joint transport authority.

The public branding applied to buses and signage used the shorter name Greater Manchester Transport, displayed in upper and lower case Helvetica next to a distinctive orange double 'M' sor: Transport for Greater Manchester.

Greater Glasgow is an urban settlement in Scotland consisting of all localities which are physically attached to the city of Glasgow, forming with it a single contiguous urban area (or conurbation).It does not relate to municipal government boundaries and its territorial extent is defined by the General Register Office for Scotland, which determines settlements in Scotland for census and Country: Scotland.

Inthe Greater Glasgow Passenger Transport Executive was established to coordinate public transport in the newly formed Strathclyde Region. It also inherited a bus company (which was nice) namely Glasgow Corporation. Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) is the Regional Transport Partnership for the west of Scotland The Greater Glasgow Passenger Transport Executive (GGPTE) was created in to oversee all suburban railways in the Glasgow area.

In the s it was replaced by the Strathclyde Passenger Transport Executive (SPTE). Inthe Executive was reincorporated as a body. When a combined authority is created the integrated transport area and integrated transport authority are replaced with the combined authority area and combined authority.

This happened in Greater Manchester in April and is planned to happen in all the other integrated transport areas, except West Midlands, in April Later again, the pair met up when Fulton went on to become chairman of Greater Glasgow Passenger Transport Authority, the political arm of the PTE (and still later again, chairman of the Labour.

Centro was the operating arm of the West Midlands Passenger Transport Authority (WMPTA) which set policies and budgets for the executive.

The WMPTA was a joint-authority, made up of 27 councillors appointed from the seven West Midlands metropolitan district councils of Birmingham, Coventry, Dudley, Sandwell, Solihull, Walsall and Wolverhampton. Bookable bus services providing door-to-door transport if possible.

Bus Timetables Service times and operators for bus services subsidised by SPT. Access to Healthcare Information on getting to health services, including the Queen Elizabeth University Hospitals.

The Merseyside Passenger Transport Executive (MPTE, or Merseytravel, as it is branded) is the Passenger Transport Executive responsible for the coordination of public transport in the metropolitan county of Merseyside, was first established inand took its current boundaries in when the metropolitan county was created The body is controlled by the Merseyside Integrated.

The changing fortunes of Glasgow’s transport. Glasgow’s Buses is a comprehensive and entertaining survey of the vehicles of Glasgow Corporation Transport, the Greater Glasgow/Strathclyde PTE and Strathclyde Buses from to Drawing on the resources of the Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust and the Glasgow City Archive, author Stewart Brown uses previously unseen documents to explore.

The Greater Glasgow Passenger Transport Executive (GGPTE), formerly the municipal transport operator, is now privately owned by First Glasgow. The largest bus operators in the City are: First Glasgow - who are the successors to the former Glasgow Corporation Transport Department, and the former Central and Kelvin subsidiaries of the Scottish.

Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 August. There will be no trams operating between Bury - Piccadilly. A replacement bus service will be in operation. Due to maintenance work taking place at Victoria Station, passengers will be unable to take a replacement bus service at.

When the metropolitan county of Greater Manchester was created on 1 April the executive was replaced by GMPTE, with the county council replacing the joint transport authority. The public branding applied to buses and signage used the shorter name Greater Manchester Transport, displayed in upper and lower case Helvetica next to a distinctive orange double 'M' logo.

The principal predecessor to SPT was the Greater Glasgow Passenger Transport Executive (GGPTE) set up in to take over the Glasgow Corporation's public transport functions and to co-ordinate public transport in the Clyde the s it was replaced by the Strathclyde Passenger Transport Executive (SPTE), under the overall direction of Strathclyde Regional Council.

History. The principle predecessor to SPT was the Greater Glasgow Passenger Transport Executive (GGPTE) set up in to take over the Glasgow Corporation's public transport functions and to co-ordinate public transport in the Clyde the s it was replaced by the Strathclyde Passenger Transport Executive (SPTE), under the overall direction of Strathclyde Regional Council.

The large oval cap badge was also replaced, by a brass/gilt wreath badge containing a staff number (see below for an example).

These continued to be used right through into the Greater Glasgow Passenger Transport Executive era. Depot inspectors were issued with an identical pattern cap badge, initially in nickel but later in chrome.

Report on the Collision that occurred on 4th February at Bridge Street Station on the Underground Railway of the Greater Glasgow Passenger Transport Executive. Document Summary The report into the collision between two trains on the Glasgow Underground in The original document format was Stapled Book, and comprised 9 pages.

Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) is the public body responsible for co-ordinating transport services throughout Greater Manchester in North West organisation traces its origins to the Transport Actwhen the SELNEC Passenger Transport Executive was established to co-ordinate public transport in and around Manchester.In the United Kingdom, passenger transport executives (PTEs) are local government bodies which are responsible for public transport within large urban areas.

They are accountable to bodies called integrated transport authorities (ITAs), or where they have been formed, to combined PTEs are represented by the Passenger Transport Executive Group (PTEG) with Strathclyde. The principal predecessor to SPT was the Greater Glasgow Passenger Transport Executive (GGPTE) set up in to take over the Glasgow Corporation's public transport functions and to co-ordinate public transport in the Clyde the s it was replaced by the Strathclyde Passenger Transport Executive (SPTE), under the overall direction of Strathclyde Regional Council.