HC Deb 06 April 1939 vol 345 c3027W
Mr. Keeling

asked the Minister of Transport whether he will have an inquiry held into his proposal to prohibit vehicles from waiting in certain London streets and into alternative proposals for reducing congestion?

Mr. Burgin

I do not think that a Public Inquiry would be the most appropriate means of dealing with this matter. I have decided to refer the various representations to the London and Home Counties Traffic Advisory Committee for their consideration and report. At the same time, I have asked the committee to hold public sittings for the purpose of hearing representations.

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