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TRAFFIC INCREASE AT R.H.E. BRISTOL DEPOT

6th July 1951, Page 29
6th July 1951
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Page 29, 6th July 1951 — TRAFFIC INCREASE AT R.H.E. BRISTOL DEPOT
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JNE of the biggest problems for the Road Haulage Executive was the :mat rise in traffic, Mr. Frank Lever, raffle superintendent of the Bristol disrict, told Bath traders last week. Small ots passing through one Bristol depot lad increased from 38.000 to 65,000 a veek since nationalization, he said. Questions put to Mr. Lever included: low many depots had been closed to nake large volumes of traffic in cabers? vhy did transport between Llandudno rid Bath take a fortnight? and why vere the size and weight of a parcel equired before a rate was quoted? Mr. Lever stated that he believed hat once the nationalized industry ettled down, service would be better han it ever had been.

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People: Frank Lever
Locations: Bath, Bristol

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