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LOOKING at the financial situation of North Yorkshire County Council and its public transport cuts in the most isolated areas of the county, I can only see as a support measure – and not an alternative – for people to run community transport schemes.
People could run their own services under what is called a Permit 22, running a fleet with a board of trustees as a registered charity and under the guidance of the Community Transport Association.
Taking on board the responsibility of meeting the transport needs of their community might be something to consider.
Keith Chapman, Custance Walk, York.
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