The feasibility of reverting the unit block of South Chestnut Street in Lansdale back to two-way traffic depends on safe sight lines and the sign off by the borough traffic engineer. Lansdale Police Sgt. Alex Kromdyk last week, filling in for an absent Chief Robert McDyre, told the public safety committee that McDyre had a site visit with borough traffic engineer Earl Armitage of Pennoni Associates. Armitage, he said, is looking at line of sight issues. "The chief suggested opening the street on a temporary trial basis, as we do have the authority to make temporary adjustments to street signs and traffic patterns," said Kromdyk. "However, two caveats are that we keep the ordinance in place as is, in the event that we need to return it to one way, and all this is dependent upon Earl's findings on the sight line issue." Councilwoman Mary Fuller, who sits on the public safety committee, said the issue was, and is, that residents of Jenkins Avenue and Hector Alley cannot exit onto West Main Street due to construction on Jenkins Avenue and Hector Alley. "This is giving at least some of them a way out," she said. "Some of the residents and business owners had questions, asking what was the point of (a one-way street) and if it was still viable." Fuller said it was great that the police department is exploring the issue, especially during construction. "It won't change until Earl does the study," said Councilman and Committee Chairman Mike Sobel.