Oral Answers to Questions — Main Roads (Cycle Tracks).

Part of the debate – in the House of Commons at on 6 May 1937.

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Photo of Sir Austin Hudson Sir Austin Hudson , Hackney North

These tracks were constructed for the special convenience of cyclists, in order that they might travel free from constant apprehension and anxiety, and also in fulfilment of the principle that there should be different tracks for different classes of vehicles travelling at different speeds and by different methods of propulsion. Observation shows that these tracks are appreciated by the overwhelming majority of cyclists, and my right hon. Friend hopes that the minority will, to the general and individual advantage of all road users, use the facilities provided.