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In brief: Issue 605 14 Sep 2012

Hull introduces countdown signals

Hull City Council has introduced pedestrian countdown signals at a city centre crossing in possibly the first application of the technology outside London.

Countdown signals inform pedestrians how long is left in the ‘blackout period’, the time between when the green man is extinguished and the red man appears. Transport for London is rolling out countdown to 200 locations across the capital following the completion of trials.

Since last October local authorities have been able to...

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