3101 Market St Philadelphia, PA
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7 VotesFix it! Voted!105 S Cobbs Creek philadelphia, pa
Remodeled as a wooden home. The roof caved in from the top. The backyard is covered with ivory, trees and vines. The fronty of the house has a hole. People and animals have been seen inside the house. It's a 4 bedroom home that is failing apart.
4001 Walnut St Philadelphia, PA 19104, USA
12:30 am, 8/22: I walked my bicycle of the sidewalk into the right side of Walnut street and 40th (going West), and started riding (where the bike lane formerly existed). A Septa bus was stopped at the stoplight on Walnut. As I started riding, the Septa bus started honking repeatedly. The light presumably turned green, and the bus accelerated rapidly, drove up beside me, and then slowed down to my speed. The driver was looking at me and saying something, but I couldn't hear through the bus door. I ignored him, and he drove away. I consider this harassment and possibly rage.
6 VotesFix it! Voted!3000 South St Philadelphia, PA 19146, USA
The new traffic signals on the South Street Bridge were designed to help bicycle traffic, but I think they're actually hurting. The signals for South Street traffic go as follows.
(1) Left turns (from both E and W directions) go
(2) Traffic going straight goes next, during which bicycles and pedestrians also cross
(3) Traffic turning right gets the final signal
From my perspective, the main motivation for having an isolated signal for (3) is that it keeps cyclists safe from turning traffic during (2), as all cars in (2) should be going straight.
The problem is that many cars in the right lane end up turning right on red during (2), rather than waiting until (3). This is despite a red arrow for that lane, as well as a signal saying no turn on red. If a cyclist is approaching the light trying to make a green light during (2), it's possible that a car turning right could hit the cyclist.
Personally, this could all be fixed by reversing the order of the signal, such that it goes (3) then (2) then (1).
4001 Baltimore Ave Philadelphia, PA
252-298 S 40th St The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 19104, USA
This SEPTA Maintenance Truck regularly idles at this corner, in front of residential buildings. On the morning of November 12 (60 degree weather), it has so far been idling for over an hour, beginning at 7 a.m. This truck's idling has been reported to SEPTA customer service (and has been re-reported using the SeeClickFix comment feature) over a dozen times. This has been ongoing for many months.
239-299 S 40th St Philadelphia, PA 19104, USA
9 p.m., September 5, Truck EMC3638
11:30 p.m., September 6, Truck EMC8361
5240-5242 Larchwood Ave Philadelphia, PA 19143, USA
After a report, the light post was replaced and two blocks of concrete were poured. The concrete is covering drains and was not properly looked after so as to prevent damages while drying. Now we have hard concrete with leaves, footprints and writing in it.