Saturday, April 6, 2013
Lansdale Police Chief Robert McDyre is looking into the safety that goes with reverting the one-way Green Street to both directions, either permanently or temporarily. McDyre believed a two-way street would benefit the PCTI Connector Project.
It doesn't look like northbound Green Street, specifically between Whites Road and Hancock Street, will be getting new one-way signage anytime soon. Last month, Chief Robert McDyre was updated of a resident's concern on Green Street regarding people turning around near Lansdale Cemetery and driving away the wrong way on a one-way street. At Wednesday's Lansdale Public Safety Committee meeting, the vote for one-way or no turnaround signage was tabled until further research can be completed by the police. "It was suggested more signage. The borough is oversigned," said McDyre. "There's signage everywhere." McDyre said he wanted to do more research to find out exactly why Green Street is one way. "We'll look at the street," McDyre said. "…
Monday, March 18, 2013
The public safety committee this month reviewed an issue with drivers not knowing Green Street is one way only off of White's Road. Lansdale Cemetery is right on the corner.
If you turn off White's Road onto Green Street in Lansdale, cruising past the cemetery on your right, congratulations, you're going the right way. If you ever see the cemetery on your left, that's not right. Also, if you find yourself going the wrong way on Green, look for the lack of a stop sign at its intersection with White's Road. At present, there are no one way signs on that part of Green Street: The intersection doesn't have one and there isn't one coming out of Lansdale Cemetery onto Green Street. There's also not one across from a popular turnaround driveway on Green Street, which drivers use to turn around and go back down the wrong way. Councilwoman Mary Fuller said a resident on the 500 block of Green Street, who lives near …
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
The woman, 20, was unharmed. She was robbed while walking to her car on Green Street after visiting a friend
According to The Patriot-News, a 20-year-old Lansdale woman was robbed at gunpoint Tuesday afternoon on Green Street in Harrisburg. The article states the woman left her friend’s house and was walking to her car, when a man approached her, pulled out a gun and demanded her purse. The Lansdale woman complied and was unharmed, according to the article. Read more about the incident at this link.
Friday, January 14, 2011
Two accidents occurred in Lansdale within 10 minutes of one another
Two separate accidents occurred in two ends of the borough of Lansdale Friday evening. Around 4:15 p.m., police and Fairmount Fire Co. responded to an accident at W. Mt. Vernon Ave. and Green Street where an 80-year-old Blue Bell woman, driving a Toyota sedan, collided with an Xfinity van. The woman was injured, police said. Nearly 10 minutes later, another accident occurred at E. Main Street and Highland Road, located in front of St. Stanislaus Parish. In the second accident, a white Hyundai minivan, driven by an Asian woman who had a small child in the vehicle, collided with a Yellowbird school bus. Police said there were no injuries. The Toyota and Hyundai were towed from the scene. More details will be available next week, according to…