WAYNESBORO, Pa. - The Borough of Waynesboro has started the process that could bring a new crosswalk to Pa. 16 connecting the Waynesboro Mall parking lot with the houses on and around Sunnyside Avenue.
"It would come right straight across Main Street and be just west to the entrance of the Kmart," Borough Engineer Kevin Grubbs said.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation must review the borough's application and then approve the idea for it to happen, he said.
Doug McCullough, of Summit Avenue in nearby Eastland Hills, said he presented the Waynesboro Borough Council with the crosswalk request twice in the past 18 months. His wife, Phyllis, crossed the street on Monday afternoon to meet him in front of Savage Family Pharmacy at the strip mall.