HC Deb 19 February 1924 vol 169 cc1562-3W
Viscount CURZON

asked the Minister of Transport whether, in view of the prevailing unemployment, ho will be pre pared to consider proposals from local authorities and railway companies to deal with level crossings across main arterial roads of the country by means of bridges or subways for traffic; and, if so, whether Government assistance for such schemes will be forthcoming?


I shall be very glad to consider any proposals for the elimination of level crossings on important roads, and. within the limits of the funds at my disposal to assist suitable schemes, in addition to those already proceeding with the aid of grants from the Road Fund.