§ 68. Captain Sir WILLIAM BRASS
asked the Minister of Transport when the decision to paint pedestrian paths in the Metropolitan area was come to by the London Traffic Advisory Committee?
§ The PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY to the MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT (Lieut.-Colonel Headlam)
My hon. Friend referred this matter to the London and Home Counties Traffic Advisory Committee at the beginning of December, and they decided to recommend that an experiment should be tried with pedestrian crossing places at certain road junctions in London at their meeting on 7th February.
§ Sir W. BRASS
In view of the delay which has occurred already and the enormous importance of these pedestrian paths, will my hon. and gallant Friend press upon his Department the necessity for having them put down at the earliest possible moment?