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Publication Scheme

Transport Focus has adopted the Model Publication Scheme prepared and approved by the Information Commissioner. This scheme commits Transport Focus to making certain information routinely available to the public. For more information on the Publication Scheme click here.

 Availability and Charges

Wherever possible, information will be made available through the website free of charge.  Where this option is not possible, alternative methods of accessing the information will be detailed. If requesting information by any means other than the website you will be informed of any charges that apply before completing the request.

Any information listed within the sections below without a link may be requested via email, and will be sent to you, assuming that it is available. Please send your request to

 Guide to sections included in the Publication Scheme

Listed below are the different sections of information that we routinely publish to the website. Click on a heading to locate published documents on this topic

  1. Who we are and what we do
    Current information on our organisation, structure, locations and contacts
  2. What we spend and how we spend it
    Financial information relating to Transport Focus’s activities
  3. What our priorities are and how are we doing
    Strategies, plans and performance indicators
  4. How we make decisions
    Board meeting minutes and papers where we make decisions
  5. Policies and procedures
    Terms of reference, recruitment and privacy policies
  6. Lists and registers
    Gifts and hospitality register, staff and Board external interests list
  7. The services we offer
    Services we provide including publications, online tools, press releases and complaints information

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