Sorry folks -
I should have made it clear in my post of yesterday that I am really
looking for material on buses, taxis etc. However, the material I have
already been pointed to looks very useful - thanks everybody, and i
will respond to individual messages ASAP.
On Mon, 07 Feb 2000 22:16:13 +0300, you wrote:
>Hi everybody -
>I am looking for information on road transport regulatory regimes
>world-wide, following a request from the Ministry of Communications
>here in Saudi Arabia. Ideally, I would like a sample of schemes from
>various parts of the world, including perhaps US (Federal and State
>level), Canada, UK (which I know pretty well), perhaps Brazil, Turkey,
>another European or two, a few in the Pacific Rim, etc.
>I am interested in such things as the categories of service or vehicle
>by which regulations are applied, the subject areas which regulations
>cover, the objectives of the system, etc.
>And my ex-boss who is now at the Ministry would like something by
>Saturday 12th Feb! In view of the dreadful post system here, that
>means I would appreciate anything someone can email me, or references
>to web resources. (I already have something on Europe.) Material
>received after that date would no doubt still be useful though.
>Thanks for any assistance that you can give.
Alan Howes, Special Advisor (Operations)
Saudi Public Transport Company, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
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