At the end of 1993, this report was given to the management of the BSAG.
In the interview, the representative of BSAG said, "The Forum really was a living acceptance process.
The answer of the representative of the BSAG in the interview was in the affirmative.
This was only possible if the representatives of the different regions, professions, genders and ages, as well as those in the role of users and the BSAG representatives, not only followed their own special interests, but also if they actively considered the interests of the others.
The BSAG provided every piece of information requested, and the members of the PF created an information network between themselves in personal talks, telephone calls, and small group meetings.
It seems that also the latter, the power which could have been brought into play by the BSAG itself, was not felt to be a factor in the discussions.
Let me summarize: Analyzed from the point of view of the seven conditions and the five criteria (the whole analysis is shown in Table 3), the "Passenger-Forum" of the BSAG did not meet all of them.