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Pedestrian Crossings (Beacons)

Volume 320: debated on Thursday 18 February 1937

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asked the Minister of Transport whether it is the intention of his Department that there should be any difference in responsibility in case of accident at a pedestrian crossing between one marked by official beacons and one not so marked; and whether he will bring pressure to bear on local authorities which do not at present fix beacons at their crossings to fall into line?

Crossings to have the protection of the law must be marked by beacons or traffic lights, and if my hon. Friend knows of any crossings which are not so marked I should be grateful if he would let me have particulars.