22 VotesFix it! Voted!Everywhere New Haven, CT 06511, USA
This city needs to crack down harder on those using cell phones while driving. People's driving skills in this area are poor enough without an added distraction.
I'm bringing this exhausted topic up since I saw a woman hit (lightly bump into) a young boy on Main Street Anx (East Haven/New Haven line) sidewalk yesterday. She was so engrossed in conversation that she didn't bother to stop, merely paused for a second before continuing down the road. The child appeared to be shaken up but okay, so I followed her for the next few blocks. She again went too close to the sidewalk and nearly missed hitting an elderly woman on a motorized wheelchair near Tolli's.
The fact that she wasn't phased by this incident shows that stricter laws need to be enforced, since people are too uncaring, stupid, or arrogant to be responsible for themselves.
Far too many people are endangering others daily by disregarding this law. I can't care how skilled of a driver you feel you are, pull over to use your phone.
(And yes, I have this individual's license plate number, should the child's parents see this post.)
400 State Street New Haven, CT 06510, USA
Exposed ground pipe missing cover in grassy area close to the sidewalk between the Frontier office and entrance to 360 State Street parking garage entrance. Many people walk their dogs in that area and could easily step into the exposed opened pipe
52 VotesFix it! Voted!127 Church St New Haven, CT 06510, USA
This is what the street looks like at 9:30AM. Massive excess of road capacity which leads to speeding, combined with poor conditions for pedestrians and cyclists.
A buffered bike lane, which is a standard in NYC and Philadelphia now, would make the street safer for all road users by narrowing it and reducing speed.
This is a very popular bike route and with an actual lane, bike use would triple overnight (based on experiences of other cities that do this). This would free up more parking for local businesses to thrive and hire more staff.
Thanks! Thanked!1120 Chapel St New Haven, CT 06510, USA
There was a tree removed from the bed on the sidewalk on Chapel street here right in front of where Scoozi used to be. When the tree was removed the stump was not completely cut down, making it hazardous for clumsy pedestrians like myself. Definitely ate it on Saturday evening. Granted I was not paying as close of attention as I could have been, but I have a feeling I'm not alone in that.
Me and my banged up and bruised knees would greatly appreciate this being taken care of. Thank you!
8 VotesFix it! Voted!Harbour Landing Condos New Haven, CT
Public Access Walkway (sidewalk and boardwalk) around Breakwater Bay and Harbour Point are in disrepair due to hurricane. Who is responsible for fixing? Sidewalk has collapsed and boards are missing on the boardwalk...both are impassable.
4 VotesFix it! Voted!300-358 State Street New Haven, Connecticut
Sounds like the one at http://seeclickfix.com/issues/492061-tripping-hazard
The sidewalk block popped up, I saw a pedestrian trip & almost fall on this one just this morning.
Thanks! Thanked!Orange St And Wall St New Haven, Connecticut
Install a bike rack in front of the courthouse or in front of the One Century Tower. The sidewalks are very wide here, so there should be plenty of space!
6 VotesFix it! Voted!Church St-In Front Of Knights Of Colombus New Haven, CT
Cars park M-F from 3:45-5pm.They block bus stops and traffic lane.Buses refuse to make cars move or won't double park and let passengers out.Mayor personally made aware on Primary Day as well as Michelle Duprey-Dir. of Services of Persons with Disabilities.Nothing has been done and Michelle has yet to return my calls.People should not have to go to further downtown bus stops to accomodate these people blocking stops.Mayor said he would personally call Knights but nothing has been done yet.They even park on the city sidewalks causing further cracks.
9 VotesFix it! Voted!Elm St. Between College & Temple New Haven, CT
Several Toni Harp campaign signs STILL littering the sidewalk on Elm St. between College & Temple. It shows very little consideration on her part.
- Acknowledged by: City Of New Haven
246 Church St New Haven, Connecticut
In front of a Yale Office. Looks bigger than it is- raises up about 2 inches- serious trip hazard. almost fell here several times.