§ 34. Mr. HALL-CAINE
asked the Minister of Transport whether his Department has given any definite ruling as to the rights of a pedestrian in relation to approaching motor cars when once he has actually entered a controlled crossing?
§ Mr. HORE-BELISHA
Yes, Sir. The Regulations provide that a driver at or approaching a crossing where traffic is controlled by a police constable or light signals, shall allow free and uninterrupted passage to every pedestrian who started to go over the crossing before the driver received a signal that he might proceed.