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LPTB blev dannet gennem [[London Passenger Transport Act 1933]], der trådte i kraft 13. april 1933.<ref name=RM196409>{{Cite journal |editor-first=B.W.C. |editor-last=Cooke |date=September 1964 |title=The Why and the Wherefore: London Transport Board |journal=[[Railway Magazine]] |volume=110 |issue=761 |publisher=Tothill Press |location=Westminster |page=739 }}</ref> Lovforslaget var fremsat af [[Herbert Morrison]], der var [[Transportminister (Storbritannien)|Transportminister]] i [[Labour Party|Labour]]-regeringen indtil 1931. Det lykkedes at få rullet behandlingen af lovforslaget videre til det nye parlamentariske samling under den tiltrædende nationalregering med begrundelse i, at lovforslaget var et såkaldt ''hybridforslag'', der var fremsat af staten, men havde direkte indflydelse på private organisationer. Selvom den nye regering hovedsageligt var domineret af [[Konservative Parti (UK)|de konservative]], valgte de at fortsætte med lovforslaget uden nogen markante ændringer, på trods af den omfattende overtagelse af private virksomheder til den offentlige sektor, som lovforlaget indebar.{{citation needed|date=March 2010}} 1. juli 1933 blev LPTB til, og det dækkede området "London Passenger Transport Area".<ref name=RM196409 />
 
==The boardBestyrelsen==
LPTB bestod af en formand og seks andre medlemmer. Medlemmerne blev valgt i fællesskab af besidderne af fem tillidsposter, som beskrevet i loven:
 
* Formanden for [[London County Council]];
The LPTB had a chairman and six other members. The members were chosen jointly by five "appointing trustees" listed in the Act:
* AEn representativerepræsentant of thefra [[London and Home Counties Traffic Advisory Committee]];
* TheFormanden chairman of thefor Committee of London Clearing Banks;
* ThePræsidenten president of thefor [[Law Society]]; andog
* ThePræsidenten president of thefor [[Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales]].
 
TheLoven Actkrævede requiredat thatbestyrelsesmedlemmerne theskulle board members should bevære ''"personspersoner, whoder havehar hadstor wideerfaring experience,og andhar havevist showndygtighed capacity, inindenfor transport-, industrialindustrielle, commercialkommercielle oreller financialfinansielle mattersanliggender oreller ini thevaretagelsen conductaf ofoffentlige publicanliggender affairs andog, ini thetilfælde caseaf ofto two membersmedlemmer, shallskal bevære personspersoner, whoder havehar hadhaft notikke lessmindre than six years'end experienceseks inårs localerfaring governmenti withinlokaladministration theindenfor London Passenger Transport Area."''<ref name="plummer">{{Cite journal| first=Alfred |last=Plummer |title=The London Passenger Transport Act of 1933: A New Socialization |work=The Quarterly Journal of Economics |volume=48 | issue=1 |date= November 1933 |pages=181–193 |doi=10.2307/1884802}}</ref>
* The [[List of chairmen of the London County Council|chairman]] of the [[London County Council]];
* A representative of the [[London and Home Counties Traffic Advisory Committee]];
* The chairman of the Committee of London Clearing Banks;
* The president of the [[Law Society]]; and
* The president of the [[Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales]].
 
Den første formand og næstformand var [[Albert Stanley, 1. Baron Ashfield|Lord Ashfield]] og [[Frank Pick]], der havde haft lignende stillinger hos [[Underground Group]]. Bestyrelsesmedlemmerne havde en embedsperiode på mellem tre og syv år og kunne genudnævnes.
The Act required that the board members should be ''"persons who have had wide experience, and have shown capacity, in transport, industrial, commercial or financial matters or in the conduct of public affairs and, in the case of two members, shall be persons who have had not less than six years' experience in local government within the London Passenger Transport Area."''<ref name="plummer">{{Cite journal| first=Alfred |last=Plummer |title=The London Passenger Transport Act of 1933: A New Socialization |work=The Quarterly Journal of Economics |volume=48 | issue=1 |date= November 1933 |pages=181–193 |doi=10.2307/1884802}}</ref>
 
===Medlemmer===
The first chairman and vice-chairman were [[Albert Stanley, 1st Baron Ashfield|Lord Ashfield]] and [[Frank Pick]], who had held similar positions with the [[Underground Group]]. Members of the board had a term of office of between three and seven years, and were eligible for reappointment.
*Lord Ashfield, 1933–19471933-1947<ref name="plummer"/><ref name="T1940">LPTB Chairman, ''The Times'', 18 April 1940</ref>
 
*[[Frank Pick]], 1933–19401933-1940<ref name="plummer"/><ref name="T1940"/>
===Members===
*Sir John Gilbert (London County Council), 1933–19341933-1934<ref name="plummer"/>
*Lord Ashfield, 1933–1947<ref name="plummer"/><ref name="T1940">LPTB Chairman, ''The Times'', 18 April 1940</ref>
*Sir Edward Holland (Surrey County Council), 1933–19391933-1939<ref name="plummer"/><ref>Obituaries: Sir John Gilbert, ''The Times'', 24 December 1934</ref><ref>Obituary: Sir Edward Holland, ''The Times'', 28 December 1939</ref>
*[[Frank Pick]], 1933–1940<ref name="plummer"/><ref name="T1940"/>
*[[Patrick Ashley Cooper]], direktør i [[Bank of England]], senere Sir Patrick og Governor of the [[Hudson's Bay Company]]<ref name="plummer"/>
*Sir John Gilbert (London County Council), 1933–1934<ref name="plummer"/>
*Sir [[Henry Maybury]], civil engineeranlægsingeniør, chairman offormand thefor London and Home Counties Traffic Advisory Committee, 1933–19431933-1943<ref name="plummer"/>
*Sir Edward Holland (Surrey County Council), 1933–1939<ref name="plummer"/><ref>Obituaries: Sir John Gilbert, ''The Times'', 24 December 1934</ref><ref>Obituary: Sir Edward Holland, ''The Times'', 28 December 1939</ref>
*[[PatrickJohn Ashley CooperCliff]], directorsekretær of thefor [[Bank of England]], latterly Sir PatrickTransport and GovernorGeneral ofWorkers the [[Hudson's Bay CompanyUnion]], 1933-1947<ref name="plummer"/>
*[[Charles Latham, 1st1. Baron Latham|Charles Latham]], (London County Council) 1935–19471935-1947<ref>New member of LPTB, ''The Times'', 26 January 1935</ref><ref>LPTB appointments, ''The Times'', 10 December 1937</ref>
*Sir [[Henry Maybury]], civil engineer, chairman of the London and Home Counties Traffic Advisory Committee, 1933–1943<ref name="plummer"/>
*Colonel Forester Clayton, 1939–19471939-1947<ref>LPTB appointments, ''The Times'', 14 March 1939</ref>
*[[John Cliff]], secretary of the [[Transport and General Workers Union]], 1933–1947<ref name="plummer"/>
*William Charles Henry Whitney (co foundermedstifter){{cn|date=October 2014}}
*[[Charles Latham, 1st Baron Latham|Charles Latham]], (London County Council) 1935–1947<ref>New member of LPTB, ''The Times'', 26 January 1935</ref><ref>LPTB appointments, ''The Times'', 10 December 1937</ref>
*Colonel Forester Clayton, 1939–1947<ref>LPTB appointments, ''The Times'', 14 March 1939</ref>
*William Charles Henry Whitney (co founder){{cn|date=October 2014}}
*Colonel C G Vickers, 1941-47<ref name=LPTB14>14th LPTB Annual Report {{full|date=June 2016}}</ref>
*William Neville, 1946-47<ref name=LPTB14 />
*Geoffrey Hayworth, 1942-47<ref>10th LPTB Annual Report {{full|date=June 2016}}</ref>
 
Latham andog Cliff becomeblev chairmanformand andog vice-chairmannæstformand ofhos the successorefterfølgeren [[London Transport Executive]] ini 1947.
 
==London Passenger Transport Area==
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