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IF 65 per cent of Liverpool's population
were to continue to be carried to and from work daily by the city's buses, then the buses would have to have special roads, special lanes, he allowed to move aeainst the traffic flow in one-way streets, and even make right-hand turns across oncoming traffic, said Cllr, W. Davies, chairman of Liverpool Corporation passenger transport committee, following the annual inspection of works and premises last week.
Stricter loading and unloading regulations would have to be introduced for both buses and goods vehicles on important routes, he went on, and more iay-bys would be neceSsary. Pedestrian precincts should be served by public transport to the exclusion of private cars.
" Without some major action, public transport is in danger of being slowed down to such an extent that it will be unpopular and uneconomic," said Cllr. Davies,