I understand and respect the views of the Deputies. But, with respect to them, my Department, which have no expertise in road traffic matters, have to be guided by the views of those who are professionally concerned and competent to judge these matters. That means, of course, the Garda authorities. My Department very properly—and aware of the views of the Deputies and of perhaps a few other people—took steps to consult the Garda authorities at quite an early stage when it was learned there were prospects of renting the Priory Hall as a post office. The Garda authorities advised that they did not consider the transfer of the sub-post office to these premises would create a traffic hazard for the customers. They expressed the view that the present sub-post office premises intended to provide additional danger from traffic because of the unavoidable queueing outside the premises on a very narrow footpath on social welfare payment days. From this point of view the Garda authorities consider the Priory Hall a more suitable location for the sub-post office. They were undoubtedly also influenced by the fact that a light controlled pedestrian crossing is to be provided at a point convenient to the hall and that may be helpful to the Deputies. Road alterations, which will include provision of this crossing, are already in train. That at least is the advice of the Garda authorities. It is my Department's view and my own view that we have to be guided by that advice in such matters.