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Traffic Signals, Harlow

Volume 486: debated on Monday 9 April 1951

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asked the Minister of Transport whether he has considered correspondence from the hon. Member for Epping, pointing out the constant danger of serious accident at Harlow cross roads owing to the frequent failure of the traffic lights to function; and when remedial steps will be taken.

Yes. Apparatus has been devised in co-operation between the signal manufacturers and my technical officers to assist traffic signals such as those at Harlow to continue working during large reductions in voltage. This apparatus will be made available as soon as possible.