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Notes on the Government Road Haulage Scheme

13th November 1942
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Page 22, 13th November 1942 — Notes on the Government Road Haulage Scheme
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

Supplied by the Ministry of War Transport and the Hauliers' National Traffic Pool, to keep the Industry informed of developments, but not necessarily to be regarded as official pronouncements.

Area Offices.—The first stage in carrying out the new road-haulage scheme is now nearing completion. Each of the 12 divisions has been subdivided into areas, which will number altogether 55. The boundaries of these areas, carefully drawn so that they do not, in general, cross the fuel-rationing districts, have been determined, and the list of area officers is under consideration.

Chartering of Vehicles..-.-Carriers

who ,.wish to offer vehicles for hiring under the new road-haulage scheme are asked to postpone their applications until the appropriate forms are issued. These are now in preparation and copies will be made available at SubDistrict offices as soon as possible.

Traffic.—The meat and general cargo carried under the existing scheme in the week ended October 23 totalled 191,420 tons—an increase of 6,120 tons On the previous week.

Change of Address.—Communications to the County Transport Manager of the Meat Section for Bedfordshire should in future -be addressed to 5, Cardiff Road, Luton (Phone, Luton 3676-8).

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