London Buses v Tramtrack Croydon [2006] EWCA Civ 1743

Court of Appeal judgment in the dispute between London Transport and the operator of the Tramtrack Croydon service regarding responsibilities for paying for investment to alleviate overcrowding. The Court confirmed the High Court's rejection of London Transport's arguments for the concession contract to be construed to place these responsibilities on the operator, but left open (for future litigation) the question of the particular contractual mechanisms that may be available to London Transport to order a variation, and their financial implications.

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