ChrisR

Rank: Heman Civic Points: 9,015
  • 98 S Willard St Burlington, VT 05401, USA - Burlington Electric
    See pics damaged bottom of this tree 2nd tree headed north from college
  • 68 N Willard St Burlington, VT 05401, USA - Burlington Electric
    Again almost blocking the driveway.
  • 68 N Willard St Burlington, VT 05401, USA - Burlington Electric
    Egregiously blocking driveway. Will we be getting lines painted on either side of our driveways to denote legal parking places? Its clearly needed..
  • 66 N Willard St Burlington, VT 05401, USA - Burlington Electric
    Too close to driveway. As part of street reorientation will 2ft markers be painted on each side of driveways?
  • 13-31 Fairmount St Burlington, VT 05401, USA - Burlington Electric
    Tons of potholes here require bikers and drivers to go head on around the blind corner
  • 385 Maple St Burlington, VT 05401, USA - Burlington Electric
    Potholes need patching where Harrington hits Maple and up the hill on Maple from there..
  • Speeding Archived
    N Willard St Burlington, VT 05401, USA - Burlington Electric
    For some reason drivers and motorcyclists love to floor it between the stop signs/lights from Pearl to Riverside..some enforcement especially in the evenings could curtail this? Or maybe some speed limit signs with radar showing how fast someone is going? There are definitely no posted signs anywhere on Willard that show speed limits..
  • 1401-1499 7th St Nw Washington, DC 20001, USA - Shaw
    Water fountains are constantly running and leaking at Kennedy rec behind basketball courts
  • Pothole Archived
    31 Fairmount Street Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
    Lots of potholes here cause some swerving out of lanes coming around a corner- quite dangerous with walkers in the street and traffic coming both ways.
  • Pothole Archived
    546-598 South Prospect Street Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
    Huge potholes just before the entrance to BCC. Right on a water access cover this is a guaranteed wreck if someone hits these on a bike.
  • 72 North Willard Street Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
    Definitely more than 4 people living here.
  • 1636 6th St Nw Washington, District of Columbia - Shaw
    Dumping in alley behind 1636 6th
  • 147 Main St Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
  • 66 N Willard St Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
    Bad sidewalk drainage causes huge puddle that freezes on this busy pedestrian walkway. See attached pictures
  • 66 North Willard St Burlington Vermont - Burlington Electric
    Bad drainage here causes huge puddle to block this busy pedestrian walkway. When below freezing resulting ice is treacherous.
  • 60 N Willard St Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
    Recycling bins left out with non recyclable items for weeks. Trash is now blowing everywhere.
  • 5098 Dawes Avenue Alexandria, Virginia - Bailey's Crossroads
    George Mason and Beauregard/Walter Reed are the only routes to move between the trails systems of Doctors Branch, WO&D,4 mile Run and Holmes Run.
    The current bike lanes, paths and sharrows are disjointed and abruptly end.
    On George Mason a parking separated bike lane in each direction on the 1100 to 3600 blocks would narrow the roadway and slow down speeding drivers.
    Dawes avenue could readjusted to give some space back to bikes and the Walter Reed trail and George Mason lanes could funnel into that to keep bikes of the high speed arterials of Beauregard and Seminary.
    Tying together the trail systems of Holmes Run with Wo&D/4 mile run greatly increases the utility of the whole network.
  • 2300-3299 S Eads St Arlington, VA - Aurora Highlands
    The Bike lane markers from 4 mile run trail all the way up to 23rd street have faded almost completely. This is a major bike corridor as it allows access to the west side of Route 1 from the 4 mile run trail system. Driver regularly speed and intimidate bikers along this stretch.
  • 1600 1632 U.S. 1 Washington, DC 20001, USA - Shaw
    Cars regularly exceed the speed limit on the whole stretch of 6th between Rhode Island and NY Ave.