HC Deb 29 April 1937 vol 323 cc521-2
70. Mr. Craven-Ellis

asked the Minister of Transport whether it is his intention to make it compulsory for pedal cyclists to use the special cycle tracks now provided on the Great West Road and other similar roads with the object of reducing the present high rate of casualties?

The Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Transport (Captain Austin Hudson)

It is not my right hon. Friend's intention. Observation shows that it is exceptional for cyclists not to use these tracks.

Mr. Craven-Ellis

In view of the extraordinary reply, it is my intention to raise this matter on the Adjournment at the earliest possible moment.

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