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Review of Traffic Commissioner function launched

12 Aug 2021

 

Stakeholders are being encouraged to have their say as part of a review of the Traffic Commissioner function launched by the government today (11 August 2021).

The 8 Traffic Commissioners (TCs) have responsibility in their region or county for the licensing and regulation of those who operate heavy goods vehicles, buses and coaches, and the registration of local bus services. They are assisted in this work by 11 deputy TCs, who preside over a number of public inquiries.

The review will consider whether the current role, delivery model, governance and funding arrangements are fit for the future, as well as current issues faced by the TC function, such as the impact of the pandemic and increased workload.

An online consultation launched today will enable anyone with an interest, such as industry, local authorities, trade organisations and passenger groups, to shape the future role of TCs.

Further information:

https://www.gov.uk/government/news/review-of-traffic-commissioner-function-launched?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=govuk-notifications&utm_source=55c9a093-edf7-42bb-9c0a-6501cc2e38eb&utm_content=immediately