§ 122. Mr. Biggs-Davison
asked the Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation what arrangements will be made by the London Travel Committee to obtain the advice and assistance of authorities and residents in Essex concerned with and having experience of movement to and from central London in the peak hours, in view of the fact that the committee's terms of reference require it to seek the co-operation of other bodies concerned and of the public generally in pursuing the objects for which it was set up.
§ Mr. Watkinson
I must leave it to the Chairman and members of the Committee to decide how best to carry out their work, but I am sure that they will wish to make full use of the advice and assistance of bodies representing the views of the travelling public. I will bring to the Chairman's notice the hon. Member's suggestion.