HC Deb 25 June 1930 vol 240 c1134
42. Mr. DAY

asked the Minister of Transport whether his attention has been drawn to the annual report of the medical officer of health for Wembley, in which he draws particular attention to the fact of the serious overcrowding of trains running between London and Wembley; and can be state whether any representations have been made by his Department to the railway authorities for the purpose of providing increased travelling accommodation from and to Wembley during the rush hours?


The answer to both parts of the question is in the negative, but I will draw the attention of the railway companies concerned to my hon. Friend's suggestion to the effect that increased travelling facilities are required in the district to which he refers.


Has the hon. Member's attention been called to this being general throughout London?