4 VotesFix it! Voted!226 Abbe Lane Clifton, NJ 07013, USA - Clifton
At or about 226 Abbe Lane, there are commercial vehicles parked on the street, quite close to the corner. They are labelled "Kitchen Vision" and add to making travel difficult at the and and only entrance/ exit to Abbe Lane. The residents do not have enough room to navigate at the entrance/ exit to the street and something needs to be done - too many cars at all hours of the day. I've already had an accident at that intersection because drivers can't get their car in/ out of the street safely. We need "No Parking Here to Corner" signs for at least the first 150ft of road on at least one side of the street - it's not safe to drive.
It also does not help that the resident across the street at 219 Abbe Lane has a van parked on the street that does not move - I've driven past it and have noticed that it appears to be used by its owner as a shed/ storage container. Is that even allowed?? Since when are residents allowed to store their belongings on a public street?
Please help make our neighborhood easier & safer to navigate. Thank you.
Kingland Avenue/Washington Avenue Intersection Clifton NJ - Clifton
Small portion of Route 7 runs from Nutley to Clifton then back into Nutley. The Clifton portion is not signed because it is under county jurisdiction. Problem is within that one small portion Rt. 7 makes a right turn from Kingsland Avenue eastbound onto Washington Avenue southbound and there are no signs for this. Rt. 7 south signs with a right-hand turn arrow need to be installed where Kingsland Avenue meets Washington Avenue.
3 VotesFix it! Voted!323 Burgess Place - Clifton
Gregory Avenue has a stop sign at this intersection but Burgess Place doesn't. Cars are constantly speeding down this street and since Burgess Place tends to curve, its hard to see if any other car is coming or if there are any pedestrians crossing. I live right by this curve and I constantly see dangerous accidents just waiting to happen. There are also a lot of kids around this neighborhood constantly on their bikes and skateboards.