HC Deb 29 July 1966 vol 732 cc352-3W
Mrs. Lena Jeger

asked the Minister of Transport what evidence she had which led her to decide that a pedestrian crossing in Robert Street, Camden, would not be justified.

Mr. Swingler

Observation showed that while there is a steady flow of traffic in Robert Street in both directions it is not heavy and frequent breaks occur. Pedestrian movement is comparatively light and not concentrated at any particular point. Pedestrians cross the street throughout its length, and it was doubted whether many would use a single crossing. if one were established.