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The Bressey Report

An attempt has recently been made to cut through the Gordian knot of our complex difficulties in London by segregating the specially pressing problem of highways and subjecting it to separate treatment. The Highway Development Survey for Greater London, undertaken by Sir Charles Bressey and Sir Edwiil Lutyens at the instigation of the Minister of Transport, is an event of such an unusual kind that it merits careful consideration in connection with the planning of the metropolis.