HC Deb 05 November 1936 vol 317 cc266-7W

asked the Minister of Transport whether he is prepared to advise and, if need he, to bear the cost of the illumination of the globes which denote where foot-passengers can cross the streets, so that in darkness the crossings will be safe for the public and easily seen by drivers of vehicles?


The proper procedure where lighting is defective is to improve it so that it may illumine not only the crossings but also the pedestrians using them.