§ 75. Mr. Russell
asked the Minister of Public Building and Works why there are no pedestrian crossings in the road ways of St. James's Park; if he is aware, especially, of the haphazard way in which pedestrians cross over to the Queen Victoria memorial in front of Buckingham Palace; and what steps he proposes to make the use of this roadway easier for both drivers and pedestrians.
§ Mr. Rippon
The most popular crossing points for pedestrians in St. James's Park are controlled at peak traffic periods by policemen or park-keepers. I should like if I can to avoid the installation of64W pedestrian crossings but I will re-examine with my right hon. Friend the Minister of Transport, the need for further measures.