§ 35. Mr. ROWLANDS
asked whether the Report of the Select Committee dealing with London traffic has been considered 23 by him; and how many of the recommendations have been passed by the Government?
§ 40. Mr. ROBERT MASON
asked the Minister of Transport if he is aware that the Select Committee on London Traffic suggested that a central traffic board should be appointed in London for dealing with this question; and whether he is prepared to adopt this recommendation?
§ 52. Sir A. YEO
asked the Prime Minister if he has considered the recommendations of the London Traffic Committee; and whether he is prepared to adopt any of these?
§ 55. Mr. LORT WILLIAMS
asked the Prime Minister whether he has had an opportunity of considering the Report of the special Committee which dealt with the London traffic problem?
§ 56. Mr. PURCHASE
asked the Prime Minister whether the proposal of the London Traffic Committee that there should be a traffic board for London has his approval; and whether he intends to adopt it?
§ Sir E GEDDES
The Report of the Select Committee on London traffic has been considered by the Cabinet, and it has been decided that all questions of traffic in the London area will be dealt with by the Ministry of Transport. An Advisory Committee broadly on the lines of the recommendations of the Select Committee will be appointed to advise and assist the Ministry.