HC Deb 28 March 1938 vol 333 cc1642-3W
Mr. Creech Jones

asked the Minister of Transport how many pedestrians were killed and how many injured while crossing the road or crossings controlled by light signals when the lights were in their favour and when the lights were in favour of the traffic, respectively?

Mr. Burgin

During the year ended 31st March, 1937, 38 pedestrians were killed and 1,778 injured in Great Britain whilst crossing the carriageway at junctions where traffic signals are installed. I regret that the information asked for in the latter part of the question is not available.