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/2015/SI5. [5] Kubíček, M. (2014). Draft transport regulations for an integrated passenger transport system. [In Slovak: Návrh prepravného poriadku pre integrovaný systém osobnej dopravy]. Diploma thesis. University of Zilina, Zilina, Slovakia. [6] Dolinayova, A. (2018). Optimisation of Business Processes and Services in the Rail Transport Market from Two Points of View: Economic Efficiency and Management. In Marinov, M. (eds), Lecture Notes in Mobility, (pp. 31-44). Springer international publishing AG, Gewerbestrasse 11, Cham, H-6330, Switzerland. [7] Poliak, M

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determined by Banská Bystrica self-governing region for suburban bus transport provided based on the public service contract. Available at: < https://www.vucbb.sk/Portals/0/Files/tarifne-podmienky-bbsk-1-6-2012.pdf >. [13] Transport regulation of Integrated Transport system in Bratislava county, valid from 1.10.2018. Available at: < https://www.idsbk.sk/download/B20180927T000000194.pdf >. [14] Tariff conditions in suburban regular bus transport provided based on the public service contract in Košice self-governing region. Available at: < https

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- plete deregulation because it brings about a re-regulation of the sector under other political and legal systems that are based on, for example, the application of antitrust rules, which are considered a form of governmental intervention.11 Th e public intervention, in terms of applicable regulation in the fi eld of air trans- port, may take diff erent forms, related, inter alia, to security regulations defi ned multilaterally by ICAO. Economic Commission, Developments in International Air Transport Regulation and Lib- eralization, A37-WP/5 EC/1, Presented by

regulations in relation to fares for urban public transport. Ideally, the body may exempt passengers from fares under the regulations. In practice, we have various independent legal frameworks and decision-making methods in each gmina , or multi-gmina bodies may perform the role of regulatory authorities. According to an agreement between several gminas , the competence to act independently may be delegated to one of them. Both gminas providing public transport themselves, and multi- gmina bodies, may pass resolutions changing the transport regulations which had been

. Historic land division and the location of the building on a plot are protected. This means that construction is only allowed in historic locations. The same regulations have been applied to allotments (labelled ZZ in the plan) to public spaces (labelled PV) as well as to land not allocated for development (farmland, forest and mixed open space) due to the fact that, exceptionally, some construction may be allowed (e.g. utilities, construction aimed at the protection of nature and landscape). The transport regulations in part D take into account the unique character of