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Structural Engineering Implications of the London Traffic Survey

Mr. Kerensky introduced the members of the panel:- Mr. Stott, Director of Highways and Transportation of the Greater London Council, Mr. Summerfield, a Past President of the Institution of Highway Engineers and the County Surveyor of Oxfordshire, Mr. Cox, Director now in charge of the London Traffic Survey being carried out jointly by British and American firms of consulting engineers, who had taken part in many other transportation surveys in the USA and elsewhere, and Mr. Best, a consulting engineer, who would deal especially with the structural traffic solutions.