The British Transport Minister announced that traffic lights, which were in use in 21 provincial towns, were to be standardised


Friday 13th September 1929

The British Transport Minister announced that traffic lights, which were in use in 21 provincial towns, were to be standardised. Red would signal stop, and green go, but amber would warn of a coming change. The Minister noted that lights might prove unsuitable where horse-drawn traffic abounds.


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