A TRAFFIC-light-controlled junction of the A141 with Kings Ripton Road in Huntingdon is looking more likely with the announcement that Huntingdonshire District Council will contribute £50,000 of the cost. Huntingdon Town Council is expected to put in a similar sum. In December, Cambridgeshire County Council approved a £160,000 improvement scheme to ban right turns at the junction, but said it would upgrade the scheme to traffic lights with a pedestrian phase if the other councils chipped in. The move followed the death last May of 16-year-old football fanatic Warren Hay, from Alconbury, as he crossed the road on foot. There have been several injury-accidents at the junction over the years involving right-turning vehicles. But, with the cost of the upgraded scheme estimated at around £360,000, the scheme is still £100,000 short. Some of that is expected to come from funds raised by the Warren Hay Road Safety Action Group, including The Hunts Post's auction of memorabilia from a host of Football League clubs. HDC leader Councillor Ian Bates said he had taken the funding decision personally last week and wanted to tell Warren's mother, Maxine Hay, about it personally before announcing it publicly.