§ 26. Captain Robert Ryder
asked the Minister of Transport if his attention has been drawn to the dangerous overcrowding outside Morden underground station during rush hours owing to the inadequate facilities for subsequent dispersal by omnibus; and what steps he is proposing to take to overcome this congestion.
§ Mr. Maclay
This matter is under discussion between the local authority, the London Transport Executive and my 637 divisional road engineer, together with the other authorities concerned, with a view to evolving some practical and economical scheme of improving the situation. I will inform my hon. and gallant Friend of the result as soon as possible.
§ Captain Ryder
While I am glad to hear that something is now being done about this, can the Minister say whether, in view of the serious accidents which have occurred, including a fatal one, he personally will ensure that no undue delay takes place?