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Members of the integrated transport authority have confirmed the Child Concessionary Travel scheme, which saves families up to PS300 a year on the cost of travel, will survive until at least 2015.
This year Centro will spend pounds 57 million on the concessionary fares scheme and we decided we needed to spend this money to calculate our reimbursements to bus operators as accurately as possible.
Labour transport spokeswoman Glenda Jackson said: "Ministers promised concessionary schemes would be safe.
5 billion will be given for providing flour on concessionary rate during the holy month.
He said this while chairing a meeting of the high powered committee constituted to review the concessionary regime (SROs) was held here at the FBR.
Former workers were given concessionary fuel as part of their severance packages from the mines if they retired after privatisation in 1994.
A cash crisis over concessionary travel has put a question mark over cut-price child fares.
A MORNING peak time charge has been introduced for concessionary bus fare travellers on Teesside.
HOSPITAL trusts should provide concessionary parking for patients with long-term illnesses or serious conditions.
CONCESSIONARY Travel Passes in Flintshire are being updated over the summer and existing card holders will receive a new card that contains an electronic chip.
Warwickshire County Council is looking at introducing a concessionary scheme after requests from the county's Youth Parliament.
Section 10 of the Concessionary Bus Travel Act 2007 makes provision for reciprocal arrangements to be introduced between Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and English authorities, but gives no date of introduction.