CTA releases Section 19 & 22 consultation guidance

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Bill Freeman, CTA CEO, said the organisation maintains that all services operated by a non-commercial entity should be treated as non-commercial. JAMES DAY

Organisation releases impact assessment tools, a guidance document and call proposed legislative changes ‘unclear, unworkable and unfair’

The Community Transport Association (CTA) has summarised its position and released guidance for its members on how to respond to the Department for Transport (DfT) Section 19 and 22 consultation.

The consultation, which launched in February 2018, follows a change in how EU Regulation 1071/2009 on PSV operators is perceived in the UK.

The CTA highlighted three major issues it had with the ongoing proceedings. […]

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