62. Mr. R. S. YOUNG
asked the Minister of Transport whether he has, by direct negotiation or through the intermediary of the London Traffic Advisory Committee, arranged for the removal 422 from the carriageway of entrances to public conveniences and cab shelters which have been reported by the police as dangerous and obstructive to traffic and recommended for removal?
§ Mr. HERBERT MORRISON
Where I have been satisfied, after consultation with the London Traffic Advisory Committee, that public conveniences and cab shelters are a cause of danger or obstruction, every endeavour has been made, in conjunction with the local and highway authorities concerned, to have them removed, and this has been successfully effected in a number of instances. The provision of suitable alternative sites often presents difficulty and, in the case of public conveniences, removal or reconstruction may involve very considerable expense.