108 Merrill Street Corona, California
Trying to merge onto West Grand, heading south, from Merrill St is extremely dangerous now that there is construction. West Grand is reduced to two lanes under the freeway overpass, one going each way. The K-rails stick out way too far for cars turning right at that stop sign. Cars must swerve out into oncoming traffic coming the opposite direction due to the sharp angle. I would recommend removing just one K-rail so it is not such a difficult turn. Many cars use this route coming south from Railroad St.
2 VotesFix it! Voted!Temescal Canyon Rd & Blue Springs Rd Corona, CA
While on Temescal Canyon rd (Northbound) attempting to turn Left onto Blue Springs road the left turn traffic light doesn't trigger for a very long time if at all.
- Acknowledged by: City of Corona
Sherman Ave. Corona, California
Going westbound on 6th Street the Sherman Ave. sign on the traffic light is not illuminated at light. Looks like the lights behind the sign have gone bad and one cannot see the name of the street.
1251 Doris Lane Corona, California
I live in The Magnolia Court" townhomes, at this private property location. Several times I've called the Corona Police department to cite vehicles parked in the marked
( "FIRE LANE" and "NO-PARKING" ) red curb. However, when they respond they usually say "The curb is not clearly marked with the CVC section", and they end up leaving and not citing the vehicles. After talking to the fire department. They say as long as you have a sign posted at your front gate. the vehicles can be cited. We have a sign that says "No Parking in Fire Lanes or Red Curb, CVC 22500.1" at the front gate. I called Corona Police Traffic Division. They told me the curb must have the CVC section painted on it. A few officers have cited cars in violation without the CVC on the curb. And the majority DO NOT CITE, because they say "It's not clearly marked". The California Vehicle Code section 22500.1 says "Painting the place in red and, in contrasting color, marking the place with the words "FIRE LANE", which are clearly visible from a vehicle.....". The California Vehicle Code section 22500.1, does not state the curb has to have the CVC section onto it. On the Corona Police Department citations, they have the correct section numbers clearly "marked" for them to check off, after observing the proper language on the curb. Why do the majority Corona Police Officers that come to this location to cite a vehicle, usually don't because of what they say "It's not clearly marked". That seems to conflict with the language of the California Vehicle Code. Can you clarify or point out Corona Police Department's view or policy on writing tickets parked in a marked, red curb "FIRE LANE" ... "NO PARKING" .
13328 March Way Corona, California
Street light is going out. The light will be on for about 10-15 minutes, and then it shuts off for about 5 to 10 minutes. It then starts to come on slowly, and the cycle repeats
3 VotesFix it! Voted!2-76 S Sherman Ave Corona, California
There is a street light that is attached to a telephone pole, that does not work. Other than this light. There is another light at this cul de sac. However, more lighting is needed. Once you get this light working. There are tree branches obstructing so that the light will not illuminate the ground properly. Thanks in advance for keeping our streets and dead end streets, well lighted. Attached are photos of this non-working light.
3463 Braemar Lane Corona, California
653-699 West 6th Street Corona, California
Are heavy duty semis pulling large trailers allowed to travel on Grand Blvd?
At around 12:50 am on this Friday, 2/13/15, I was travelling southbound on West Grand, and was about to stop for a red light in the middle lane at the West 6th St. intersection. Two semi trailer trucks were travelling westbound on 6th St, one following the other. Both made huge right turns onto Grand Blvd, both nearly hitting my car. This was because they had to make a wide swing to accommodate their long trailers. This move required they cross over Grand's midline and onto oncoming traffic on Grand. My car was not quite stopped when they entered the intersection, and was approximately one foot from being hit. They were also going excessively fast. I believe they are using this route to circumvent the construction on Main St. Not only is this is a very unsafe maneuver, the truckers were rude and deliberately insensitive to my position at the intersection. I do not know if this is a common occurrence, but I can imagine it will become more commonplace over the next year if not controlled.
44-48 E Grand Blvd Corona, California
Street lights on in the middle of the day. Observed on 2/16 Monday at 2:20 pm.
Avenida Del Vista & Via Del Rio Corona, California
Street signal is on timers instead of sensors. This causes commuter delays as they have to wait for empty turn lane cycles.