Narberth Borough Council meets at 8 p.m. Wednesday night for a caucus meeting, and one of the topics of conversation, per the agenda posted online, will be the intersection of East Wynnewood Road and North Wynnewood Avenue.
A car hit a pedestrian at that intersection in December, and at the Lower Merion Board of Commissioners' most recent meeting, several officials voiced support for a traffic light there, or at least a study thereof.
Narberth's council agenda indicates Pennoni Associates will conduct a traffic study at the intersection.
Narberth attorney and Merion Station resident Pam Loughman has obtained hundreds of supporters for an online petition to install a traffic light.
Also on Wednesday night's agenda are updates on the timelines for replacing the Narberth Avenue bridge and demolishing the Rockland Avenue bridge.
Check back with Patch Thursday morning for coverage of the meeting.