§ The MINISTER of TRANSPORT (Mr. Herbert Morrison)
So far as I am aware the experiments made in the provinces with automatic traffic signals are generally giving satisfactory results, but it is important that the apparatus should be of a suitable type and that the signals should only be erected where the best results are likely to be obtained. Arrangements are being made to carry out an experiment with signals of this nature in Oxford Street.
§ Mr. MORRISON
There is some difficulty on that point, as to the capacity of English manufacturers to manufacture according to requirements at the present moment, and it may be necessary to experiment with imported articles. As soon as the experimental stage is passed we shall be able to make suitable arrangements with British manufacturers.