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C-licensees • "Grave Danger"

18th November 1949
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r-LICENCE operators are in very grave. danger,'.' said Cu]. Arthue

• ,Terrett,:rtational president, at a luncheon at .Nottingham of the East Midlands Area of the Traders' Road Transport

Association. • If the present Government were returned at the General Election, pressure would be inereaSed, and even if a certain other; Party went into office, ancillary users would not necessarily be free from .danger.

gailWay .workers pressing for increased wages were arguing that railway traffic wai dropping because of the freedom of the ..C-licence operator to carry -his ouire goods wherever bellied.

Welcoming . Members" front 'six counties, Mr. S. C. Bond,. area chairman, reported a 130-per-cent. increase in membership. . • . • CEYLON HAULIERS HIT BY STATE

IQ PAD transport operators„in Ceylon win be hard hit by the revision of railway goods rates, writes a corre spondent. • Another matter that affects hauliers is the Government's decision to take away front chairmen of local authorities the poWer to issue permits to operators to use roads other than those normally ,assigned; to specific Vehicles. ,In the past,. such permits . were issued freely. The new rule requires that permits should ,now be issued by the Corn missioner plyiu , on unaliaiorAed roilt6 areliOble 'to prosecution. • •


People: S. C. Bond
Locations: Nottingham

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