MR. P. O'BRIEN
I beg to ask the First Commissioner of Works whether he will consider the advisability of allowing cyclists to use the roads within Hyde Park as they are in other London Parks?
§ THE FIRST COMMISSIONER OF WORKS (Mr. PLUNKET,) Dublin University
The rules for the admission of cyclists to Hyde Park were in 1888 relaxed so as to allow of the use by cyclists of the road available for hackney carriages—I mean the road from Victoria Gate to Alexandra Gate. I do not think it would be wise, in the interests of the public generally, to admit cyclists on the other roads.