Issues: bad driving
698-752 E Walton Blvd Pontiac, MI 48340, USA
At the intersection of Walton and Stirling Lake Drive, drivers are pulling around the stopped traffic for the red light into the right turn lane onto Stirling Lake drive, endangering traffic with a clear green light pulling on to Walton Blvd. Drivers are running this light ALL the time.
86 2nd St New Haven, CT 06519
light blue car, CT plate # 701-UZS constantly parked in front of "No standing anytime" sign, @ corner of Second & Greenwich--including during snow emergency, so storm drain is never plowed, creating lake for days @ intersection, which backs up into my driveway
23 VotesFix it! Voted!Park Rd And Klingle Rd Nw Washington, DC
Drivers going west on Park Rd routinely run the red right-turn arrow to turn right onto Park. They seem to think the green light for going straight onto Klingle applies to them, not noticing the red right-turn arrow. It is dangerous for pedestrians crossing Park on the north side. Could we get improved signage or some traffic-calming measure here?
Intersection Of N Frontage And Church St
this is one of several dangerous intersections for pedestrians to cross Rt. 34 - drivers are always running red lights
10 VotesFix it! Voted!148 Main St Belgrade, ME
In Belgrade Lakes Village, especially on weekends, visitors park blocking the northbound lane of Rt27. Both directions of traffic, including large trucks, boat trailers, etc., are forced to use one lane and navigate around pedestrians too. Unsafe and illegal. Why don't the cops stop this? Been going on for years
71-113 Wayne St Pontiac, MI 48342, USA
Every morning, I have to pause and wait 5 seconds before going through the green light turning left onto Huron because of the excessive amount of people that blow through this light. Its almost as if people think because the Police coverage is so low, they can ignore all traffic laws. Someone is going to be killed by irresponsible drivers.
3730 Spruce St Philadelphia, PA 19104, USA
Twice over the past three days I saw a police van parked in the bike lane (marked a no-stopping zone) in front of the Wawa on Spruce at the intersection with 38th, the SE corner. In both instances there were spaces a few yards ahead in the legal parking/loading zone area.
This is a tricky intersection to bike through to the east, with the bike lane in front of the Wawa frequently blocked (the no stopping-zone apparently not enforced), shunting bicycle riders into the car lane. It is generally frustrating that the police do not enforce this no stopping zone, and incredibly galling that we twice saw an officer himself breaking the law and ignoring other illegal parking.
On December 31st, 2010 at about 12:30pm the van # was 2502. We saw an officer get out of the van and enter the Wawa. At the same time, three cars were parked in front of the van, in the no-stopping zone in the bike lane. There were spaces in the legal parking/loading zone ahead, and the officer did not seem to be in any kind of hurry. We parked in the loading zone, ran into the UPS store for a few minutes, and the van was still there when we came out (and there was still space to park in the loading zone).
Today, on January 2nd, 2011, at about 10:45am we saw another police van, # 1901, in the same situation - parked in the no-stopping zone in front of the Wawa, with cars in front also parked in the bike lane/no stopping zone.
14 VotesFix it! Voted!701 S 22nd Street Philadelphia, PA
Members of the Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ of the Apostolic Faith have been routinely using the sidewalk across the street from the church as a parking lot for members who apparently are too lazy to find a legal spot and then walk to the services. The church does own the lot and makes full use of it for not only parking but also for running an illegal restaurant from it during the warmer months. On weekends, when the lot is full, members then make use of the sidewalk in front of the lot for parking. They also park on both sides of the street with huge private buses blocking the public bus stop located just on the corner of 22nd and Bainbridge. Many of the vehicles illegally parked are from New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia--out of town members of the church who do not pay any local taxes, but feel entitled to use public sidewalks as personal property.
27 Winchester Ave New Haven, CT 06511
Illegal parking in zoned parking spaces, and in locations that aren't parking spaces at all, during hockey games make it impossible to park near our homes. This is a problem along Winchester, Sachem, and Mansfield.