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The Advanced Quality Partnership Schemes (England) Regulations 2018

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2.—(1) In these Regulations—

“the 2000 Act” means the Transport Act 2000;

“the 1981 Act” means the Public Passenger Vehicles Act 1981(1);

“the 1985 Act” means the Transport Act 1985(2);

“admissible objection” has the meaning given in regulation 8;

“authority” means a local transport authority(3);

“lead authority” means—

(a)

the authority which has made, or is proposing to make, a scheme; or

(b)

where regulation 4 applies, the authority named as the lead authority in the notice of a proposed scheme given under section 113G(1) (notice and consultation requirements) of the 2000 Act(4);

“objector” means an operator who has made an objection in accordance with regulation 9;

“operator” means an operator who provides a local service(5);

“relevant operator” has the meaning given in regulations 6 and 7;

“scheme” means an advanced quality partnership scheme(6);

“traffic commissioner” means a commissioner appointed under section 4 (traffic commissioners) of the 1981 Act(7).

(2) Any period of days prescribed in these Regulations is to be calculated excluding any day which is Christmas Day, Good Friday, or a day which is a bank holiday in England and Wales under the Banking and Financial Dealings Act 1971(8).

(3)

By virtue of section 162(1) of the Transport Act 2000, the term “local transport authority” has the meaning given in section 108(4) of that Act. Section 108(4) was amended by the Local Transport Act 2008 (c. 26), section 77(5) and Schedule 4, Part 3, paragraphs 41 and 42 and the Local Democracy, Economic Development and Construction Act 2009 (c. 20), Schedule 6, paragraphs 95 and 96.

(4)

Section 113G was inserted by section 1 of the Bus Services Act 2017.

(5)

By virtue of section 162(3) of the Transport Act 2000, the term “local service” has the meaning given in section 2 of the Transport Act 1985.

(6)

“Advanced quality partnership scheme” is construed in accordance with section 113C of the Transport Act 2000.

(7)

Section 4 was substituted by section 3(2) of the Transport Act 1985. It was also amended by sections 2(1) to (6) and 3(2)(a) of the Local Transport Act 2008 (c. 26).

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