List of heads of public transport authorities in London

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Since the creation of the London Passenger Transport Board in 1933, non-mainline railway and road passenger transport in London and the surrounding area has been under central or local government control in a variety of forms. The following persons headed the public transport authorities responsible for managing these services.

London Passenger Transport Board[edit]

Chairmen of London Passenger Transport Board:

London Transport Executive[edit]

Chairmen of London Transport Executive:

London Transport Board[edit]

Chairmen of London Transport Board:

London Transport Executive[edit]

Chairmen of London Transport Executive:

London Regional transport[edit]

Chairmen of London Regional Transport:

Transport for London[edit]

Commissioners of Transport for London:

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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