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Frederick H put forward "stop" and "forward" signals at railway intersections yesterday.
Eliot, Director of Public Safety, New York Motor Club, West Central Park and Seventy-first Street.
In a statement, he put forward the idea, praising today's meeting of railway directors in Albany.
Look at the whole article in Times Machine On October 10, 1927, 38 pages of the New York edition of the wholesale market printed a version of the file, the title is: Setting up traffic lights at railway intersections;
The car club suggests installing "stop" and "go" lights on the road.
The proposal to put the plan into law says that 4,000 intersections will therefore be protected pending relocation.