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Traffic Signs

Volume 462: debated on Monday 14 March 1949

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43and 44.

asked the Minister of Transport (1) whether he approved the design of the "No Parking" signs at present in use in the City of London;

(2) what steps he is prepared to take to ensure a standard type of "No Parking" sign throughout the country.

The temporary "No Waiting" signs in the City of London have been authorised by me. These signs, like the yellow band signs elsewhere in London, were put up because sufficient of the normal type could not be immediately obtained. The permanent "No Waiting" sign is circular in design with a red ring at the circumference and white lettering on a blue central background, and is uniform throughout the country. They are being put up in London as they become available.