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DIAL-A-RIDE minibus services for disabled people should continue to be provided on a London-wide scale after the Greater London Council is abolished, according to the London Regional Passengers' Committee.
The LRPC, which acts as a consumer body for London Regional Transport and Londonarea British Rail passengers, wants a meeting with Department of Transport officials to discuss the future operation of the minibuses.
It says that they are an integral part of London's public transport system and should be operated as part of LRT's network and with its funds rather than by the London boroughs. Otherwise, it fears inconsistencies will occur.