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London Transport

Volume 24: debated on Wednesday 26 May 1982

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asked the Secretary of State for Transport whether he is holding discussions on the future of London Transport; and whether any discussions have taken place with British Railways in this connection.

A number of bodies have pressed upon us their grave dissatisfaction with the state of chaos into which London Transport has been thrown by the GLC's mismanagement and have argued for a range of interesting and radical solutions. As part of our wider investigations to give London's travellers a better deal, there have been continuing discussions with British Rail about the policies for their commuter services under new management arrangements aimed at securing better accountability and value for money.