HC Deb 29 January 1929 vol 224 c781W

asked the Minister of Transport whether he is aware of the police regulation requiring all traffic emerging from Berkeley Street to come to a standstill until the east-bound traffic in Piccadilly has passed; that the arrangement, which is new, often causes a block extending to Hog Hill; and can he see his way to restore the old regulation whereby traffic emerging from Berkeley Street joined in the east-bound traffic in Piccadilly?


There is no new police regulation on the subject. It is still the practice of the police on duty to allow vehicles to leave Berkeley Street to join the east-bound stream of traffic in Piccadilly whenever it is safe to do so.