19. Major THOMAS
asked the Home Secretary what steps are being taken by 517 the authorities to protect pedestrians crossing the street at those points where one-way continuous traffic has been established?
§ Sir J. GILMOUR
Protection is provided by means of warnings intended to draw pedestrians' attention to the fact that the street is a one-way working. These warnings take the form of "Look left" and "Look right" signs on the carriage-way and of prominent signs bearing the words "One Way Street" affixed to lamp standards and refuges.
§ Mr. JOHN WILMOT
Does the Minister regard the present warning signs as adequate, in view of the large number of accidents that occur at these points?