Sunday, April 9, 2017


Traffic was the main topic of discussion at the April 4 meeting of the West Marlborough Township Board of Supervisors.
With improvements proposed for the intersection of Baltimore Pike and Newark Road in neighboring New Garden Township, and steadily increasing traffic volumes and speeds through West Marlborough, the supervisors decided to contact Al Federico, the traffic engineer who had done a previous study, so that he could update the results. Bill Wylie, who chairs the Board of Supervisors, said the plan could include possible steps the township could take to control traffic, such as installing four-way stop signs, lowering speed limits, and assuming maintenance responsibilities for road currently owned by the state.

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