Metropolitan Traffic.

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport. – in the House of Commons on 29th March 1920.

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Photo of Sir Charles Edwards Sir Charles Edwards , Bedwellty

51.

asked the Prime Minister if, having regard to the grave urgency of the Metropolitan traffic problem, he will give an early day after Easter for the discussion of the Report of the Advisory Committee on London Traffic?

Photo of Lieut-Colonel Martin Archer-Shee Lieut-Colonel Martin Archer-Shee , Finsbury

52.

asked whether, in view of the extreme importance of improving the rapid transit facilities of London, which includes within its area about one-sixth of the population of the United Kingdom, he will give at least half a day of Parliamentary time for the purpose of discussing the Report of the London Traffic Committee at an early date after Easter?

Photo of Sir Reginald Blair Sir Reginald Blair , Poplar Bow and Bromley

53.

asked the Prime Minister if he will arrange to give a day, as soon after Easter as possible, to discuss the Report of the London Traffic Committee?

Photo of Mr David Lloyd George Mr David Lloyd George , Caernarvon District of Boroughs

My noble Friend the Patronage Secretary is considering whether this subject could be arranged for discussion on a Supply day.

Photo of Mr Noel Billing Mr Noel Billing , Hertford

In view of the threat which has been made to hold up the railway traffic during the Easter holidays, will the right hon. Gentleman say what steps the Government have taken to deal with it?