That Guy

Rank: "Jane Jacobs" Civic Points: 20,665
  • Other Archived
    115 Saint Paul St Burlington 05401, United States - Burlington Electric
    Broken bike rack, in front of Flatbread.
    These look great, but apparently aren’t very durable...
  • Other Archived
    47–55 Spring St Burlington 05401, United States - Burlington Electric
    Detached bollards - on one side of the park 4 of the 5 bollards are detached from the ground so they’re easily knocked over.
  • 80 Pearl Street Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
    Red light in right hand fixture on Northeast side of Pearl St is out.
  • 95 Van Patten Parkway Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
    Along the bend on this section of Van Patten there are a few deep (6"+) potholes in need of filling with hot patch before winter comes & they get even worse.
  • 5108 Island Line Rail Trail Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
    One of the short vertical post lights along the cement waterfront path is broken and off its base, with exposed wires.
  • Graffiti Archived
    234 Penny Ln Burlington 05401, United States - Burlington Electric
    At the skatepark
  • 6 Pine Street Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
    If you're on a bicycle headed North on Pine, trying to make a left turn onto Pearl, the light will not sense you waiting and will cycle through multiple pedestrian phases for the east/west crossing, so the east/west light on Pearl just stays green. Not sure if there is a sensor at this intersection, but the light did eventually change when a car pulled up behind me. If there is a sensor, please mark location to trigger the light for a left hand turn on bike.
  • 28 U.S. Highway 2 Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
    Three cars parked in bike lane. All have been ticketed, but have not moved in days (leaves & dirt have accumulated on windshields & tickets have faded). If not moved soon, these should be towed as they've clearly been in place longer than 48h.
  • Sidewalk Archived
    44 Walnut St Burlington 05401, United States - Burlington Electric
    Several sections completely broken to pieces.
  • 41 Main St Burlington 05401, United States - Burlington Electric
    In front of the hostel. Missing seat, incredibly rusty chain. Has obviously been there a while.
  • 819 North Avenue Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric

    On the west side of North Ave, DPW & BED vehicles are currently parked in the street with the sidewalk blocked and excavated. There is no advance warning of a sidewalk closure and the crosswalk itself is blocked. For BHS students who were just released walking home northbound on the west side, they had no choice but to walk in the street around the section blocked by vehicles. If you're headed southbound in the bike lane, all the signage warning of the construction ahead is placed in the middle of the bike lane, instead of on the ample green space.

    Both BED & DPW should manage this situation better, as there is currently zero consideration given to the safety of anybody walking or biking this section. It was a total junk show shortly after BHS release. In addition, the sidewalk and bike lane on the east side of the avenue is also blocked by a private paving contractor, with no signage or advanced warning.

  • 1049-1073 North Avenue Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
    DPW patched a number of potholes on both sides of North Ave yesterday with hot patch. With all the rain yesterday, any hot patch that was not well bonded was deposited into the bike lanes. Please sweep both sides, thank you!
  • 101 Little Eagle Bay Burlington 05408, United States - Burlington Electric
    Pedestrian button on the west side of North Ave is stuck on.
  • 68 Walnut St Burlington 05401, United States - Burlington Electric
    Multiple potholes & degraded asphalt on this block & the block between Oak & Manhattan.
  • 49–111 Pine St Burlington 05401, United States - Burlington Electric
    Construction vehicles blocking the sidewalk.
  • 517-605 North Avenue Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
    Due to all the potholes in the southbound lane between the 127 & the high school, combined with cars not following the actual radius of the turn, the bike lanes have completely worn away from car traffic over the winter. Please repaint ASAP, there is a lot of extra tourist bike traffic currently because of the detour, increasing the chances that somebody is going to get hurt.
  • 446-468 Manhattan Drive Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
    People use the old dump as a de facto dog park, which seems fine as long as dogs are leashed while on the path to/from the dump proper. I've had frequent conflicts with dogs while riding a bike on the multi use path through this area, made especially challenging by how slow you're going (uphill) and how fast you're going (downhill). Off leash dogs are a hazard on the path and generally don't react well to people on bikes. Please add "dogs must be leashed" and "please pick up after your dogs" signage to the entry point at Manhattan. Something similar to the poop bag dispenser / signage at Ethan Allen Park would be useful.
  • 466-474 Riverside Avenue Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
    Several of the new signs directing drivers to watch for bike traffic on the multi use path on Riverside have been run over or bent. At least 2 of them are completely knocked over and laying on the ground. Location is approximate, if somebody is going out to make repairs they should check the other driveway conflict points along the North side of Riverside as there are issues with multiple signs.
  • 455 North Avenue Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
    During clean sweep, for some reason the whole east side of North Ave does not appear to have been swept (Wednesday night). Last night the west side was swept and it is now in great shape. Please send the sweeper back out to do the east side. Photo is from further south but it is still bad all the way out to Ethan Allen Parkway.
  • 354 Manhattan Drive Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
    Street address is incorrect. Big pile of tires dumped at the bottom of the 127 bike path hill on the old dump property. Not sure how somebody would even get there since the gate at the top of the hill is locked & I think only City vehicles actually have access.