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Transport (Scotland) Act 2001

Section 68 Travel concession schemes

110.This section gives the Scottish Ministers the power, by order, to require local authorities, either acting alone or jointly with other local authorities, to provide a minimum level of travel concession for pensioners and disabled people.

111.The Scottish Ministers may by order require local transport authorities to provide a minimum level of travel concession for eligible persons i.e. elderly and disabled people, on eligible services which are defined in subsection (7) as including bus services, ferry services and others services which the Scottish Ministers may by order specify. The Scottish Ministers may also by order extend eligibility for travel concessions to other specified groups.

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