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Strathclyde Partnership for Transport

What is it?

Strathclyde Partnership for Transport was formed on 1 April 2006 as successor to Strathclyde Passenger Transport Authority and Strathclyde Passenger Transport Executive.  It is one of the seven Regional Transport Partnerships in Scotland and is responsible for formulating the public transport policy for the 12 local authorities in the West of Scotland.  Under accounting standards, the council has a significant interest in this statutory body.  The Board is included within the Group Financial Statements as an associate. 

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