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Roundabout System, Grosvenor Gardens

Volume 236: debated on Monday 10 March 1930

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asked the Minister of Transport, in view of the success of the roundabout traffic in Grosvenor Gardens, whether he will now ascertain from the Westminster City Council whether they will undertake the replanning of Grosvenor Gardens so as to suit this traffic and the exit from the station; and whether they will endeavour to effect a plan by which an underground passage is provided from the west side of the gardens communicating with the existing railway station passages?

The present lay-out suits the roundabout system of traffic working adopted in Grosvenor Gardens and a replanning of the gardens could not be justified on traffic grounds. Any proposal for the construction of underground passages for pedestrians which the Westminster City Council may wish to submit will receive consideration.