HC Deb 15 February 1937 vol 320 c846
68. Mr. Liddall

asked the Minister of Transport what progress has been made in regard to the abolition of the three level-crossings situate near the centre of the city of Lincoln; what representations have been made to him by the corporation or other public bodies; and whether he recognises the urgency of the question to the trade and commerce of the city and the risks and dangers daily encountered thereby by pedestrians and vehicular traffic?

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

Recently the corporation propounded a scheme for the provision of an alternative route. This is now under revision, and when definite proposals are submitted they will receive my right hon. Friend's immediate attention.