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R (Core Issues Trust) v Transport for London [2014] EWCA Civ 34: Court of Appeal (England and Wales) (Civil Division) Lord Dyson MR, Briggs, Christopher Clarke LJJ: 27 January 2014

R (Core Issues Trust Ltd) v Transport for London [2014] EWHC 2628 (Admin): Queen's Bench Division (Administrative Court): Lang J: 30 July 2014

Health impact assessment of the 2012 London Olympic transport plans

DURRANT, Albert Arthur Molteno (1898 - 1984), retired from London Transport Board

FORD, Peter John (born 1938), Chairman, London Transport, 1994–98

CUTFORTH, Lancelot Eric (1899 - 1980), Chairman: London Area Transport Users’ Consultative Committee, 1964–72; London Transport Passengers Committee, 1970–71

BROWN, Michael William Tuke (born 1964), Managing Director, London Underground and London Rail, Transport for London, since 2010

CAMERON, John Charles Finlay (1928 - 2012), Member, London Transport Executive, 1975–84

OTTAWAY, Eric Carlton (1904 - 1967), Full-time Member of the London Transport Board since 1963

SHAVE, Kenneth George (1908 - 2003), Member, London Transport Executive, 1967–73, retired

DEDRING, Isabel Margaret (born 1971), Deputy Mayor of London, Transport, since 2011

METZ, David Henry (born 1941), Visiting Professor, Centre for Transport Studies, University College London, since 2005

LACEY, George William Brian (1926 - 2012), Keeper, Department of Transport, Science Museum, London, 1971–86

HARRIS, Geoffrey Herbert (1914 - 1998), Member, Transport Users’ Consultative Committee for London, 1961–77 (Chairman, 1972–77, Deputy Chairman, 1971–72); Chairman, London Transport Passengers’ Committee, 1972–74

 

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Government‐funded organization employing over 7,000 Caribbean immigrants between 1956 and 1970. During this period the population of immigrant employees within London Transport far outweighed the national average of 3 to ...

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