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London Regional Transport (1984-2003) was the statutory authority for Greater London which operated buses and Underground trains.

It was responsible to the Secretary of State for Transport and replaced the previous London Transport Executive, which had been administered by the Greater London Council.
LRT was also responsible for the Docklands Light Railway when it first opened in 1987 until 1992, when the operation was transferred to the London Docklands Development Corporation.
LRT traded as 'London Regional Transport' until 1990, when it reverted to the title 'London Transport' for all but legal purposes.
It was wound up on 15 July 2003, immediately after control of London Underground Limited had been transferred to Transport for London.


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