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Become a Transport Representative for your Community.
CFO (then called ORCC) and Oxfordshire County Council (OCC) established a network of Parish Transport Representatives (PTRs) in 1986 to give communities a means of voicing their needs and concerns about local transport.  The PTR network is very much alive and kicking today, despite changes in public transport services over the years.

The Network is administered by OCC and meets 3 times a year a the County Hall in Oxford.  The next meeting is on 29th October 2019 at 1pm to 3pm (1.30pm meeting starts)
If you are interested in becoming a PTR (you do not need to be a town or parish councillor) or want to know who your local PTR is then please get in touch with CFO

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