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Pedestrian Crossings

Volume 486: debated on Monday 9 April 1951

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asked the Minster of Transport when the proposed new pedestrian crossing regulations will be tabled.

I have now received comments on my proposals from all the associations of local authorities consulted and from most of the associations representing road users. Their comments are in general favourable and I therefore intend to invite local authorities to review their schemes and bring them into line with my proposed new policy. When this has been done, I shall make the regulations and lay them before Parliament.