HC Deb 06 March 1973 vol 852 c110W
Mr. John Morris

asked the Secretary of State for Wales why the pedestrian bridges at Baglan are not to be reconstructed so that mothers with prams can use the bridges; what figures are available of such users or potential users; and whether he will reconsider his decision.

Mr. Peter Thomas

The available evidence has not suggested a great need for ramps, but I will arrange for further vehicle and pedestrian counts to be made and will review the matter in the light of these.

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