§ 63. Captain MURRAY
asked the Secretary to the Treasury whether, in the classification of main roads now being carried out by the Roard Board, regard is had only to the number of cars passing over a given road or whether, in arriving at a decision as to a road being a main road for purposes of classification, any other considerations are taken into account?
§ Mr. MONTAGU
No, Sir, the classification is to be made on the basis of the relative importance of the various highways for general traffic purposes.
§ Sir RYLAND ADKINS
Does this investigation include many roads which are in no sense of the words main roads?