HC Deb 01 March 1920 vol 126 c8
20. Commander Viscount CURZON

asked the Minister of Transport if he is satisfied with any of the experiments in traffic regulation recently carried out in London; if any experiments in one-way traffic have been carried out in the most important arteries of traffic; and, if not, will he consider the possibility of giving a trial to the suggestion, at any rate dining the hours of greatest congestion?


The reports from the Com missioners of Police of the City and Metropolitan Areas indicate that alterations in stopping places of omnibuses and trams adopted on the recommendation of the Advisory Committee have, in general, greatly facilitated the movement of traffic. No such experiment as that referred to in the second part of the question has been carried out. The question shall be referred to the Advisory Committee for consideration.