A joint report by the British Railways Board and London Transport on the problems of passenger demand on routes into and around London, and potential solutions to the problem.
This document was published in March 1965 by an unknown publisher.
The original document format was Scanned Images, and comprised 47 pages.
This document was kindly sourced from Jerry Gold and is in our Strategy documents collection. It was added to the Archive on 28th December 2008.
The copyright status of this document is unknown.
"The report is concerned with increasing railway passenger capacity to meet expected future demand; but this is only one side of the problem. In the two Boards' view, it is of at least equal importance that transport factors should influence the basic planning decisions on land use and the location of population and employment which will determine the scale and pattern of the future commuter demand."
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