Kensignton St And Elm St New Haven, Connecticut
There will be an Emergency Order No Parking ban on Tuesday, April 29th from 96 Kensignton St to 110 Kensignton St, between Elm St and Edgewood Ave, on both sides of the street. The company will be performing electrical work.· Reported by Transportation, Traffic & Parking Department Notifications. · Share · Flag Flagged
3 VotesFix it! Voted!Sotuh Frontage And Howard Avenue New Haven, Connecticut
The crossing signal right outside of the entrance of 2 Howe St was repaired and is working. The signal across the street on the the corner of CT Mental Health building is still not working.
- Acknowledged by: City Of New Haven
91 Edgewood Ave New HAven, CT
Need to remove the "No Parking Sign" and pole that are lying on the sidewalk. A tree was planted where the "No Parking Sign"and pole was. Now it has been lying on the ground for over 1 month. I would like the "no parking sign" affixed to the telephone pole next to it and have the original pole it was on removed. Thank you.
78 Edgewood Avenue New Haven, CT
The street parking spots all along Edgewood Avenue -- from Park St. to at least Day St. -- need to be plowed. There is nowhere to safely park along the street, so parked cars are now impeding traffic I understand that much of what remains is ice, but this is pathetic -- it's been more than a week since the last snowstorm, and this is the resulting of not plowing over the course of repeated snowstorms. Epic failure on the part of the city. The city needs to post signs, tow, and clear the street! Get on this before the next snowstorm.
Thanks! Thanked!2 Howe Street New Haven, Connecticut
A report of the the pedestrian crossing signals not working at the corner of Howe St. and South Frontage Road
5 VotesFix it! Voted!
370 Orchard St New Haven, CT 06511, USA
I have a drive way and can never seem to get out the correct way im tired of cars parking there when they know they are not susposed to its a very busy street and i can never see when im coming out there has already been some accidents coming out this is very dangerous iv called the city never get a responce there needs some signs to go up.
1178 Chapel St New Haven, CT 06511, USA
The amount of speeding and red light running at this intersection is obscene.
Cars are speeding past at rush hour more than 20 MPH above the limit, amidst crowds of pedestrians and other vehicles. The red light signal is not obeyed.
It is only a matter of time before a driver loses control and kills or injures several people, as has happened recently at similar intersections (like Crown & College). The very poor pedestrian visibility at the corners, inadequate lighting, and use of line crosswalks rather than the more effective zebra-style crosswalks, only makes matters worse.
Can some police enforcement be added here as a temporary fix, up until the time that the intersection can be rebuilt to a higher standard? Is it even possible to stop red light runners here?
Ultimately, the intersection should be redesigned, like many in other US cities have been, so that travel at more than 15 miles per hour becomes uncommon. I've posted details on similar issues in New Haven about how raised and tabled intersections have been widely used in cities like Boulder, Cambridge Massachusetts, etc.. They have been proven to be extremely effective - not to mention much more cost-efficient than regular police enforcement.
Given that this is in the heart of campus, if Yale University is serious about making sure that students, staff and faculty are not continuing to get injured and killed every year, it should consider pushing the city for a redesign as soon as possible.