A Welsh Government spokesman said: "In line with the recommendations of Dr Victoria Winckler, we have requested Gwynedd Council to introduce a Quality Bus Partnership Scheme for the T2 route to better coordinate commercial and contracted bus services on this route.
What does QBP stand for?
QBP stands for Quality Bus Partnership
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- Quality Body of Knowledge (trademark of American Society for Quality)
- Quilt Block of the Month (craft kit)
- Qeynos Badge Of Nobility (online gaming)
- Quarterly Balance of Payments
- Quick Basic Oxygen Process (metallurgy)
- QoS at Boundary Point
- Quadtree Backprojection
- Qualified for Ballot Placement
- Quality and Business Planning
- Quality Building Products (various locations)
- Quality Business Promotions (UK)
- Quasibeam Profile
- Queen's Bishop Pawn (chess)
- Queens Borough President (New York)
- Quality Based Performance Analysis (management tool that measures medical procedure outcomes)
- Quality Bus Partnership Agreement (UK)
- Quahog Beautiful People's Club (Family Guy)
- Quality Brands Protection Committee
- Queens Borough Planning Committee
- Quebec Back Pain Disability Questionnaire
Samples in periodicals archive:
Since 2005, over 1,300 bus stops have been upgraded through the County Councils ~Premium Bus Routes~ investment programme to underpin the development of an effective Quality Bus Partnership with principal bus operators.
Working together under the East Gateshead Quality Bus Partnership, the three organisations are looking to introduce a bus gate on the busy A185 dual carriageway to allow buses to turn right and have direct access to Wardley from the Felling Bypass.
Go Ahead North East, Gateshead Council and Nexus have signed the East Gateshead Quality Bus Partnership which pledges to improve public transport in the area.
Leader of Neath Port Talbot Council, Derek Vaughan, said: "The authority welcomed First's proposal, as it is a good example of partnership working, proving the Quality Bus Partnership that exists is delivering on the ground.
We already have a number of quality bus partnerships across Tyne and Wear and we want to continue to work with bus companies to introduce more quality bus routes which help to guarantee modern, reliable and less polluting services.
The deal is more formal than the Labour Government's previous idea of quality bus partnerships, which have seen bus operators in more than one area back away after public money was invested.