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7.—(1) The Greater London Authority Act 1999 is amended as follows.
(2) In section 252B(1)(b) (references to Committee in relation to railways)(1) for “Rail Passengers’ Council” substitute “Passengers’ Council”.
(3) In section 252D(3)(a) (reports on investigation etc)(2) for “Rail Passengers’ Council” substitute “Passengers’ Council”.
(4) In section 252E(2) (power to make exclusions from duties under sections 252A to 252D)(3) for “Rail Passengers’ Council” substitute “Passengers’ Council”.
(5) In Schedule 18 (London Transport Users’ Committee) in paragraph 11(3) for “Rail Passengers’ Council”(4) substitute “Passengers’ Council”.
Section 252B was inserted by the Railways Act 2005, section 21(3) and Schedule 6, paragraph 3.
Section 252D was inserted by the Railways Act 2005, section 21(3) and Schedule 6, paragraph 3.
Section 252E was inserted by the Railways Act 2005, section 21(3) and Schedule 6, paragraph 4(1).
These words were substituted by the Transport Act 2000, section 227 and Schedule 22, Part 2, paragraphs 21 and 24.
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