WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Northeast Avenue could be a one-way street within two or three months if the Waynesboro Borough Council considers the proposal on a timeline proposed by one of its members.
Ronnie Martin, who now serves on the borough's street committee, asked for public input on the idea before a planned end-of-February decision by council.
The councilman said he wants to eliminate turns onto East Main Street from Northeast Avenue, instead sending southbound traffic onto Roadside Avenue and through its traffic light.
Martin proposed a four-way stop at the intersection of Sunnyside Avenue and Prospect Avenue for people who live in nearby homes. Those people could still effectively use the intersection of Sunnyside Avenue and East Main Street, he said.