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Commuters (London)

Volume 961: debated on Monday 22 January 1979

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asked the Secretary of State for Transport what action he proposes taking to ease the difficulties of commuters in getting to and from their work in the London area.

During periods of disruption to services caused by industrial action on the railways the following arrangements are made:

All radial roads into Central London are turned into clearways; free car parking is available in Hyde Park and Regents Park; outside the Central Area, free parking is also available in Battersea, Victoria, Dulwich and Brockwell Parks; bus lane restrictions are not enforced.