HC Deb 28 February 1928 vol 214 c206
30. Commander BELLAIRS

asked the Minister of Transport whether, with a view to relieving traffic congestion, he will endeavour to obtain consideration, in conjunction with the railway undertakings, of a tube uniting some point or points south of the Thames with Victoria and Paddington by securing facilities in and under Hyde Park, provided that the amenities of the park are duly safeguarded?

Colonel ASHLEY

So far as I am aware, no authority is, under present circumstances, prepared to seek powers to carry out a scheme on the lines suggested by my hon. and gallant Friend, and there are other tube and railway extensions, such as those recommended in the recent reports on travelling facilities by the London Traffic Advisory Committee, which appear to be of greater urgency and importance.

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