4 VotesFix it! Voted!Saratoga Springs NY, USA
on south side of church st near east harrison st for at least a month or so man hole cover sinking on one side, can't someone from DPW notice this as their vehicles cross over it daily
9 VotesFix it! Voted!Saratoga Springs NY, USA
At the traffic light on broadway, right in front of Talbots, the right lane should be right turn only, and the left lane should be indicated straight only. This would cause a lot less confusion when the 2 lanes merge after the light heading towards south broadway (especially for tourists).
Middle Grove Road & Lester Park Road Greenfield Center, NY 12833
Heavily loaded trucks leaving Pompa Bros. Stone Quarry use Lester Park Road to access Middle Grove Road and eventually Rt. 9N. Lester park is a narrow meandering road through a small residential area. When the trucks reach Middle Grove Road they can only see 100 yards in either direction, so when they pull out to head east, west or north they are only able to go a few miles an hour. Oncoming vehicles close the distance in less that 5 seconds and even when immediately slamming on the brakes come close to the truck. If the trucks head west from Lester Park Road, they are only able to go 15 miles per hour with a full load up the immediate hill. If they go east, the shortly come upon Rt. 9N & Middle Grove where many times these heavily loaded trucks roll through the stop sign onto a 55MPH roadway. Both these intersections on Middle Grove Road - Lester Park and Rt. 9N need to be reviewed and changed. Lester park rd should have no heavy trucks on it and Middle Grove Road and 9N needs a stop light.
1 VoteFix it! Voted!Stillwater NY 12170, USA
Route 4 from Bemis Heights to 8 mile north is disgraceful. This is the last ride for many of our Veterans to their final resting place at the Gerald B.H. Solomon Saratoga National Cemetery and the road has to be one of the worst in the county. It is a total dishonor to these brave men and women to have to travel their last miles on such a horrible road. The 100 yard section before the turn off to the cemetery was nicely paved BUT the rest is in such disrepair that the whole thing needs to be replaced. What is the state going to do about it.
22 St Charles Pl Saratoga Springs, NY 12866, USA
The January water-main break on St. Charles Place required the city to dig a sizable hole to repair the break. The hole was filled and blacktop was poured on top. That blacktop was never given adequate time to harden and the traffic moving over it has created a very wide and deep hole. St Charles has a blind curve and there are several children who live on the block.
In addition to the water-main break causing damage to the road it also highlighted the fact that the drainage on St Charles is not adequate. In any heavy rain or thaw condition St Charles floods in the area at the apex of the blind turn. This drainage problem is a hazard to drivers and a hazard to the foundations of the homes at the turn.
The town needs to resurface the street and keep it closed until the material has had a chance to cure. The town should also add curbs to the street, at the very least at the section where the street bends. Too many cars drive too fast on St Charles and a curb would help mitigate the risk of flooding and help prevent vehicles from potentially hitting any homes.
Grove St Saratoga Springs, NY 12866, USA
Whenever traffic gets the greenlight for a left turn from the arterial onto Broadway, the Grove St. light always turns red and traffic sits there for no reason, i.e. no traffic leaving Grove St., no pedestrians crossing Broadway. This is very annoying. What gives?
100 Town Of Wilton Corinth Mountain Rd Gansevoort, NY 12831, USA
This road with it's steep incline/decline and 20 mph curves has been repaved for quite some time. In it's steepest, curviest sections, there is no lnes on the road at all. I have had several close calls with people coming into my lane.
495-509 Broadway Ave Saratoga Springs, NY 12866, USA
Someone is going to get hit by a car at this location. When walking South on Broadway, it is almost impossible to see cars coming down Walton Street. To make it even worse, cars do not stop at the crosswalk. They keep going until they are completely through it, and usually past the stop sign, to the point where they'll be able to turn.
I've seen SEVERAL near misses here, and I've nearly been struck on a few occasions. These bushes are a nuisance, and need to come down.