HC Deb 21 June 1939 vol 348 c2268W
Mr. Pilkington

asked the Minister of Transport how many accidents took place at the crossing of the East Lancashire and Moss Bank roads, St. Helens, in 1938; and whether electromatic lights are to be installed?

Captain Wallace

Eight accidents, of which five did not involve personal injury, occurred at this junction during 1938. It is not proposed to instal traffic lights, but the County Council are putting in hand appropriate remedial measures, including the removal of the refuges in Moss Bank Road and the resiting of those on the trunk road, as well as the erection of light standards and the marking of traffic lanes.