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Question 1: As a result of the 1985 Transport Act, ________ services across Great Britain were deregulated.
TrolleybusPublic transport bus serviceBus advertisingBus

Question 2: In practice, the government and ________ are the principal decision makers.
London, Tilbury and Southend RailwayNetwork RailEast Coast Main LineHigh Speed 1

Question 3: Centro falls within the scope of the ________ (FOIA)[33] but in practice, more information was available before the Act was passed.
Freedom of Information Act 2000Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002Church of England Assembly (Powers) Act 1919Act of Sederunt

Question 4: The ________ led to the creation, on 1 April 1974, of the West Midlands metropolitan county.
Local Government Commission for England (1958–1967)Local Government Act 1933Local Government Act 1972Unparished area

Question 5: [13] It had previously invested funds with the ________, which was forcibly closed in 1991.
Bank of Credit and Commerce InternationalEnron scandalBear StearnsBarings Bank

Question 6: The West Midlands Passenger Transport Executive (WMPTE), sometimes known as Centro, is a local government organisation (Passenger Transport Executive) responsible for certain transport services in the West Midlands county in ________.
ScotlandWalesUnited KingdomEngland

Question 7: The two-stage restoration process, completed in 1995, did not include the Wolverhampton Low Level line, which was reserved for the ________.
Midland MetroWest Bromwich Central tram stopBirmingham Snow Hill stationBirmingham New Street railway station

Question 8: In addition, the Letzgogreen (sic) website, using static cartoon figures of a style similar to ________, has been set up to project Centro's view of public transport to schoolchildren.
South Park (season 1)Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat RideEric CartmanSouth Park

Question 9: Centro has backed the ________ project, over alternatives such as construction of an entirely new railway station for central Birmingham[citation needed].
Gateway PlusBirmingham New Street railway stationBirmingham Snow Hill stationBirmingham Moor Street railway station

Question 10: The sell-off was required as a condition of the government funding construction of ________.
West Bromwich Central tram stopBirmingham Snow Hill stationBirmingham New Street railway stationMidland Metro


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