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DVSA / Traffic Commissioners already changing interpretation

DVSA / Traffic Commissioners already changing interpretation

In the DfT’s submission to the Transport Select Committee, they state:
Since the 31 July DfT letter, the OTC has actively assisted CT organisations using permits in a number of ways. OTC has revised the application forms for section 19 and section 22 permits to take into account the principles set out in the DfT letter

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DVSA / Traffic Commissioners already changing interpretation

In the DfT’s submission to the Transport Select Committee, they state:
Since the 31 July DfT letter, the OTC has actively assisted CT organisations using permits in a number of ways. OTC has revised the application forms for section 19 and section 22 permits to take into account the principles set out in the DfT letter

Terms of Reference

Purpose – Mobility Matters is a campaign group formed on 17th August 2017 to provide a collective response and challenge to the Department for Transport (DfT) following its letter of 31st July which proposed significant changes to how community transport (CT) is to be licensed in the UK.

Fund Appeal

Your donations are needed to continue the fight!

Mobility Matters Campaign Newsletter No.4

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Mobility Matters Campaign Newsletter No.4

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DVSA / Traffic Commissioners already changing interpretation

In the DfT’s submission to the Transport Select Committee, they state:
Since the 31 July DfT letter, the OTC has actively assisted CT organisations using permits in a number of ways. OTC has revised the application forms for section 19 and section 22 permits to take into account the principles set out in the DfT letter

DfT Response to Mobility Matters

The Department for Transport believes, strongly, that community transport operators
provide vital services that both encourage growth and reduce isolation by linking people
and communities to existing transport networks, jobs, education, shops and services.

Dft Letter to Permit Issuers

The Issue and Use of Section 19 and Section 22 Permits for Road Passenger
Transport in Great Britain
This letter is addressed to the issuers of permits under Sections 19 and 22 of the
Transport Act 1985. It should also be read by the holders of such permits to the extent
that they operate in the circumstances described below. As the Department does not hold
records of all permit holders, issuers

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DVSA / Traffic Commissioners already changing interpretation

In the DfT’s submission to the Transport Select Committee, they state:
Since the 31 July DfT letter, the OTC has actively assisted CT organisations using permits in a number of ways. OTC has revised the application forms for section 19 and section 22 permits to take into account the principles set out in the DfT letter

Terms of Reference

Purpose – Mobility Matters is a campaign group formed on 17th August 2017 to provide a collective response and challenge to the Department for Transport (DfT) following its letter of 31st July which proposed significant changes to how community transport (CT) is to be licensed in the UK.

Fund Appeal

Your donations are needed to continue the fight!

Please Share With Anybody You Know That The Changes May Affect,
Together We Can Make A Difference!

DVSA / Traffic Commissioners already changing interpretation

DVSA / Traffic Commissioners already changing interpretation

In the DfT’s submission to the Transport Select Committee, they state:
Since the 31 July DfT letter, the OTC has actively assisted CT organisations using permits in a number of ways. OTC has revised the application forms for section 19 and section 22 permits to take into account the principles set out in the DfT letter

read more

Mobility Matters Campaign Newsletter No.4

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Mobility Matters Campaign Newsletter No.1

The CT sector has mobilised! Mobility Matters has launched a campaign to have the DfT’s letter about permit changes withdrawn and for a full holistic review of the permit system to be undertaken. The independence of thousands of vulnerable people depends on our success.

DVSA / Traffic Commissioners already changing interpretation

In the DfT’s submission to the Transport Select Committee, they state:
Since the 31 July DfT letter, the OTC has actively assisted CT organisations using permits in a number of ways. OTC has revised the application forms for section 19 and section 22 permits to take into account the principles set out in the DfT letter

Terms of Reference

Purpose – Mobility Matters is a campaign group formed on 17th August 2017 to provide a collective response and challenge to the Department for Transport (DfT) following its letter of 31st July which proposed significant changes to how community transport (CT) is to be licensed in the UK.

Fund Appeal

Your donations are needed to continue the fight!

Transport Select Committee Questions

The Transport Committee calls for written evidence from interested stakeholders—
including users of community transport; CTOs; commercial operators and their
representative organisations; local authorities; and Traffic Commissioners

DfT Response to Mobility Matters

The Department for Transport believes, strongly, that community transport operators
provide vital services that both encourage growth and reduce isolation by linking people
and communities to existing transport networks, jobs, education, shops and services.

Dft Letter to Permit Issuers

The Issue and Use of Section 19 and Section 22 Permits for Road Passenger
Transport in Great Britain
This letter is addressed to the issuers of permits under Sections 19 and 22 of the
Transport Act 1985. It should also be read by the holders of such permits to the extent
that they operate in the circumstances described below. As the Department does not hold
records of all permit holders, issuers

DVSA / Traffic Commissioners already changing interpretation

In the DfT’s submission to the Transport Select Committee, they state:
Since the 31 July DfT letter, the OTC has actively assisted CT organisations using permits in a number of ways. OTC has revised the application forms for section 19 and section 22 permits to take into account the principles set out in the DfT letter

Terms of Reference

Purpose – Mobility Matters is a campaign group formed on 17th August 2017 to provide a collective response and challenge to the Department for Transport (DfT) following its letter of 31st July which proposed significant changes to how community transport (CT) is to be licensed in the UK.

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