§ Sir G. Fox
asked the Minister of War Transport the comparable figures of traffic in the 1938 traffic census in tons per day at Sturdys Castle and Doddington, respectively, on the Oxford— Banbury road and the figures south of Baynard's Green on the Oxford— Brackley road; and the comparable figures on the Banbury— Northampton road and the Brackley—Northampton road.
§ Mr. Barnes
The comparable figures of traffic at the points in question were as follow:
Average ton per day August, 1938 Oxford—Banbury Road, A.423 At Sturdy's Castle 4,989 At Deddinglon 5,342 Oxford—Brackley Road, A.43 South of Baynard's Green 1,258 Brackley—Northampton Road, A.43 Midway between Brackley and and Whitfield 1.507 North of Silverstonc Wood 1,796 South-West of Blisworth 2,927
The last census on Class 2 roads, which includes the Banbury Northampton road was taken in 3936, and the figures then in tons per day were:
North-East of Middleston Cheney 658 South-West of Litchborough 171 Between Bugbrooke and Kis-lingbury 769