§ 94. Sir R. Russell
asked the Secretary of State for the Environment what plans he has for improving safety on motorways in the light of recent multiple crashes in fog.
§ Mr. Eldon Griffiths
The vital contribution is the one that drivers make110W if he is satisfied that the methods used in the cost/benefit study submitted to him of the Cambrian coast line are accurate and fairly represent both the cost and the benefit; what criticisms have been sent to him of such methods of cost/benefit study; and if he will make a statement.
§ Mr. Peyton
Some criticisms have been made to me of this study. In the present state of knowledge, the useful tool of cost/benefit analysis cannot be totally accurate and decisive, and allowance must be made accordingly. This I shall do