Central Association of Transport (Ústøední svaz dopravy) was the first uniform organization, which should conjugate and represent the interests of transport as a whole. Development of the Association was connected with a new organization of economy in the beginning of the protectorate. The idea of uniform organization was good and perspective. This fact made also provision for the Association existence after the liberation. The Central Association tried to promote private transport; therefore it had support from members, but in the late period it bore conflicts with governing bodies. Long discussion about reform of economic local government began after the liberation brought threat to the Association existence. Different estimations of reform extent of political parties prolonged its acceptance. Rapid decision came as long as February 1948, when the Association was integrated with the Central Association of Commerce (Ústøední svaz obchodu) and expired legally.
transport, economic local government, central associations, Czech lands
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