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4th January 1957, Page 41
4th January 1957
Page 41
Page 41, 4th January 1957

"fuel Machinery Unable To Cope"

"TT is clear that the machinery for handling fuel applications and allocations is quite unable to cope with the situation," stated Mr. Boyd Bowman, secretary of the National......

Council Need £95,000: Coach Fare Rise

A T their meeting on Monday, Wolverhampton Town Council approved a proposal of the transport committee to raise fares. If the application is granted by the West Midland Traffic......

Rationing Blows In Midlands

Q N Monday many member companies of the West Midland Division of the Traders' Road Transport Association were inquiring about the transfer of long-distance traffic to the......

Emergency Petrol For Travel To Work

A SCHEME for block allocations of supplementary petrol to concerns whose employees cannot travel to and from work by public transport will begin shortly. In the first instance......

M. And D. Widen Use Of One-man Buses O Ne-man Buses

were on Tuesday introduced into service by Maidstone and District Motor Services, Ltd., on a further 12 country routes. The 12 new buses, which are A.E.C.-Weymann 42-seaters,......