Stop signs removed from Vine and Green streets in Lansdale due to construction of the Wood-Vine Connector have now been temporarily reinstalled for the duration of construction. The signs were removed for installation of curb ramps, according to borough utilities director Jake Ziegler in a press release. As the project nears completion, Vine Street was opened to vehicles and pedestrians. In an effort to ensure safety of both pedestrian and cars, temporary stop signs have been reinstalled at the intersection. The signs will remain until all traffic calming measures are in place and construction is complete. Wood-Vine Connector looks to create a non-stop thoroughfare from Broad Street to Main Street via Vine and Wood streets. Stop signs will be removed from Vine Street, but placed at intersecting streets, including Green Street. A new stop sign will be placed at Susquehanna Avenue and Vine Street next to Fairmount Fire Co. Check out readers' correspondence on the intersection on our Facebook page here. There is another correspondence here. Read more on the Wood-Vine Connector at this link.