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(1)Each local transport authority shall from time to time determine what ticketing arrangements should be made available for their area (in this section referred to as the “required ticketing arrangements”).
(2)Before making such a determination, the authority shall consult such organisations appearing to the authority to be representative of users of local services as they think fit.
(3)Each authority shall from time to time ascertain whether the required ticketing arrangements are being made available.
(4)If an authority ascertain that the required ticketing arrangements are not being made available, that authority shall seek to make arrangements with the operator or operators of the local services concerned under which the operator or operators agree to make the required ticketing arrangements available.
(5)In this section and in section 29 of this Act “ticketing arrangements” means arrangements under which persons may become entitled—
(a)to make more than one journey on particular local services (whether or not operated by the same person);
(b)to make a particular journey on two or more local services (whether or not operated by the same person); or
(c)where a particular journey could be made on local services provided by either (or any) of two or more operators, to make the journey on whichever service the holder chooses,
by entering into a single transaction of such description as the operator or operators of such services may require.
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