5 VotesFix it! Voted!West Peachtree St Nw Atlanta, GA
1 VoteFix it! Voted!94-152 Jesse Hill Junior Drive Southeast Atlanta, Georgia
I just started working in this area in the last few months and it seems completely ridiculous that there isn't a left turn signal to turn off of Jesse Hill Jr. drive left onto Decatur St. There are 5 parking decks that feed into this intersection, and with pedestrians also crossing Decatur st to get to a parking deck, most times one car goes through during one light. I have had to wait upwards of 20 mins on more than one occasion just to get through this light, I've even witnessed MARTA buses getting frustrated and just taking a chance, running the light to get through it. Seriously this is the worst part of my commute and makes it stressful right off the bat. Please, Please! put in a left turn signal to get onto Decatur St.
Large construction sign between Residence Inn and Mitchell Square fountain is blocking sidewalk. People on foot can maneuver around it but not anyone in a wheelchair. Even temporarily, it's a problem.
3 VotesFix it! Voted!243 Peachtree St Ne Atlanta, GA
The signage for the northeast entrance to Peachtree Center MARTA station should be more obvious. Tourists seem to have trouble finding it. Currently, the MARTA sign is recessed, but a large sign overhanging the sidewalk would be more obvious to those walking along Peachtree Street.
36-42 Peachtree Center Ave Ne Atlanta, GA 30303, USA
Several large street trees on Peachtree Center Avenue, adjacent to the Loudermilk Center / ARC, have outgrown the concrete rings at their bases. If this "strangling" continues the trees will sustain injury and risk disease. Normally the solution for this is either removing the "rings" or cutting them back (metal grates are designed for this). The problem is not immediate but if let lie eventually both trees and sidewalk will suffer.
5-41 Harris St Ne Atlanta, GA 30303, USA
The city council utilities committee meeting voted to resurrect the renaming of Harris Street & move it to the full council meeting on Monday, May 16, 2011.
As was indicated in the uproar by the entire city when the issue appeared months ago, there remains grave concerns about the adverse effect on tourist maps, signage, GPS and geographic information systems.
It'll cost MARTA $100k to update signs in P'tree Center station -- the cost of a couple of drivers on a bus route that could be going to any of their council districts!
Please contact all city councilmembers & spread the word! Their contact info, including Facebook profiles, can be found here: http://wp.me/pqfzK-N6