2 VotesFix it! Voted!Middletown Ave New Haven, ConnecticutThe City Dept of Public Works isn't ADA Compliant. A flight of stairs but no ramp or elevator in the bldg for handicapped people to schedule a bulk pickup. No online or phone scheduling offered, only in person.
5 VotesFix it! Voted!847 State St New Haven, CTThe "chuch" which is in dangerous condition, is undergoing inside demolition at night (when most city agencies are closed)
There is no posted permit, the demo materials are being placed in dumptruck w new york plates.
7 VotesFix it! Voted!
Concord Street New haven, CT
Speeding buses flying down Concord. The neighborhood has complained to the police, bus company and our alderman. It's very dangerous. There are a lot of pedestrians including children on the streets. Someone is going to get killed.
Hoping someone does something about this. The supervisor at Cttransit said there is a cam on the driver. Perhaps it should be turned towards the speedometer.
I will be setting up a radar app and camera soon. I have reported the bus numbers, time etc over and over. Nothing is done.
Time to move the buses to Townsend where they belong.
Also 95% of the time the buses are empty. Time to FOIA the ridership numbers.
Lexington Ave New Haven, ConnecticutEven though I have opted into the City's emergency call list, I received no call to remind those of us on a tag & tow route that we are in danger of being towed tomorrow morning. And, once again, the posted signage is insufficient (a stick in the ground with a sign on it, tacked to a tree, and then nothing for at least 30 feet from that tree to the corner). Please, get the system to work more efficiently. As the City's Web site is keen to remind us, getting towed is costly, but the burden cannot be on residents alone to keep up with a wildly inconsistent schedule. Post signs more effectively and call those who have taken the time to opt in to that service!
13 VotesFix it! Voted!
15 VotesFix it! Voted!358 Springside Ave New Haven ConnecticutI am a student at Common Ground High school and I am worried about Illegal dumping along Wintergreen Brook. There have been people passing in their car and dumping trash from their window there are also people who stop and throw away couches and big pieces of house items or toys. I am working with West River Stewards to clean up as much trash as possible we also want to make a path and Wintergreen Brook will become an oasis but all the trash is not creating a nice image of Wintergreen Brook or the street that Common Ground High School is located on we are an environmental school and we would like to get help to clean up the trash and maybe put a no dumping sign or cameras.
480 Sherman Parkway New Haven, Connecticut
At 48-feet wide, Sherman Avenue from Legion Avenue to Bassett Street is wide enough to accommodate a two-way protected cycle track on the west side of the street with minimal impact on travel or on-street parking lanes. While dedicated bike lanes exist along portions of the street, protected cycle tracks are safer and more accessible to a broader audience, including vulnerable and inexperienced riders of all ages. Should funding become available, Sherman Avenue would be an ideal candidate for multi-modal transportation infrastructure investment like a two-way protected cycle track through eight neighborhoods from the Upper Hill to Highwood in Hamden.
For more information on how this transportation facility might work along the corridor, see below.
On-line article: http://newhavenurbanism.org/new-haven-planning/multimodal-transportation-planning/sherman-avenue/
Complete Streets Request Form: https://newhavenurbanism.files.wordpress.com/2015/10/sherman-avenue_cycle-track2.pdf
3 VotesFix it! Voted!