HC Deb 18 July 1934 vol 292 c1103W

asked the Minister of Transport if, in view of his recent experiences in using the pedestrians' crossings in London, he can now make any statement which will result in more public advantage being derived from them?


The experience so far gained with pedestrian crossing places, which have been marked at a. number of road junctions in London, is sufficiently satisfactory to justify the extension of the scheme to other localities, and I am making proposals for such extensions to the highway authorities concerned.