250 Temple Street New Haven, CT 06511, USA
An u-n-s-o-l-v-a-b-l-e problem of filth on the once proud but now abandoned New Haven Green.
The city, the citizens, the institutions, the heavily overburdened taxpayers have thrown in the towel and given the Green up to squalor, human waste, trash. And the beauty and wide community enjoyment of the Green is never coming back.
And on Thursday, a lovely early summer day, near lunchtime, a grown man, shirtless and disheveled, unzipped his pants, unbuckled his belt, and urinated into the fountain.
And the reaction? There was none. Because we've given the Green over to this, and now such is normal.
Yale University 98 High Street, New Haven, CT 06511, USA
There will be an Emergency Order No Parking ban on Tuesday, July 7th on 98 High St., from meter numbers 19310-19318, even meters only, due to sidewalk reconstruction.
7 VotesFix it! Voted!
2 VotesFix it! Voted!Yale Golf Course New Haven, Connecticut
Bluetick Coonhound, Tri-Color, about 52lbs, female, 3 years 5 months old. Lost in the wooded area west of Yale Gold Course/Maltby Lakes, Microship # 985112004303046
11 VotesFix it! Voted!State St. At Olive St. New Haven, CT
The traffic signal timing at the intersection of State St. and Grove/Olive St. is really sluggish and inefficient-- for pedestrians, cyclists, and drivers alike. I tried calling the City already and was put on hold until the call disconnected (thanks a bunch!), so I thought I'd write in to SeeClickFix.
Could someone from the Traffic Department reevaluate the timing of the signal? I feel rotten jaywalking and/or scooting across the light on my bike, but the signal timing is really so bad that one can't help oneself.
288-294 Temple Street New Haven, Connecticut
Effective now, as of July 1, cyclists don't have to ride as close to the right side of the road when:
Overtaking or passing another vehicle proceeding in the same direction;
Preparing for a left turn at an intersection or into a private road or driveway;
Reasonably necessary to avoid conditions, including, but not limited to, fixed or moving objects, parked or moving vehicles, bicycles, pedestrians, animals, surface hazards or lanes that are too narrow for a bicycle and a motor vehicle to travel safely side by side within such lanes;
Approaching an intersection where right turns are permitted and there is a dedicated right turn lane, in which case a bicyclist may ride on the left-hand side of such dedicated lane, even if the bicyclist does not intend to turn right;
Riding on a roadway designated for one-way traffic, when the bicyclist may ride as near to the left-hand curb or edge of such roadway as judged safe by the bicyclist; or when
Riding on parts of roadways separated for the exclusive use of bicycles, including, but not limited to, contra-flow bicycle lanes, left-handed cycle tracks or bicycle lanes on one-way streets and two-way cycle tracks or bicycle lanes.