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(1)If, having complied with section 30 of this Act, the authority decide that it is appropriate to make a ticketing scheme, they may make it—
(a)in the form proposed; or
(b)subject to such modifications as they may specify.
(2)The scheme shall specify the date (being a date not earlier than 3 months after the date on which the scheme is made) on which it is to come into operation.
(3)Not later than 14 days after the date on which a scheme is made, the authority shall give notice of it—
(a)in at least one local newspaper circulating in the area to which the scheme relates;
(b)to all operators of local services who are, in the opinion of the authority, likely to be affected by it;
(c)to the traffic commissioner; and
(d)in such other manner, or to such other persons or class of person (if any), as the Scottish Ministers may prescribe by regulations.
(4)The notice shall—
(a)set out the scheme and the date on which it is to come into operation; and
(b)identify the classes of local service which will be affected by it.
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