9 VotesFix it! Voted!Grand Avenue Extension Saratoga Springs, NY
Grand Ave Extension runs East to West and gets the AM sun when approaching town (school) and the PM sun when departing. Many, many pedestrians use this road for walking, biking and running (including the SS Cross Country team!). It is a very dangerous, highly travelled road that seriously needs an off road path to use for these activities. Milton did it on Adams Road; when will Saratoga wake up and realize the need for something like this?
2 VotesFix it! Voted!17 Warren Street
Motorists speeding on Lake Avenue with total disregard for pedestrians with animals crossing in or out of crosswalk. SSPD were notified, apparently not a big concern to them. Licence plate/vehicle description were giving to SSPD. They say "we will look for them". Disgusted with local police who cannot serve community.
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5 VotesFix it! Voted!Saratoga Springs NY, USA
The Sidewalks along VanDam St can't be utilized for running and at times even walking, their very dangerous to any runner using them, leafs covering them provides no sight at what your next step could be. The surfaces are all uneven and dangerous. Brick work gets slippery when covered with dirt or water. Terrible sidewalk area overall very dangerous and could lead to numerous injuries with pedestrian usage.
All Streets Saratoga Springs NY, USA
Why is it that Saratoga Springs still forces its residents to move their cars to the other side of the road on Holiday mornings? It would be so nice of the city to suspend alternate street parking for those few days during the winter months? Many other cities do this Saratoga, time to get with the program.
6 VotesFix it! Voted!83-103 Regent Street Saratoga Springs, New York
Regent Street between Lincoln Avenue and Union Avenue has increasingly become a busy shortcut for speeding drivers looking to avoid Broadway traffic on their route between South Broadway and Union Avenue (and other parts north, and vice versa).
On these two blocks of Regent Street, there is a busy church with daily soup kitchen and daycare/playground, the Beagle School preschool, the Waldorf School, and Empire State College (so, lots of children, and pedestrians in general, along with parked cars).
Cars speeding through these busy blocks are often accelerating, and traveling at dangerous speeds without regard for area residents. Just today, a driver (maroon pickup) was witnessed on this stretch, intentionally speeding up and swerving to hit and kill a crow in the road. Who or what is next?
Thankfully, a four-way stop was installed at Regent Street/Park Place a few years ago, making that very accident-prone intersection a bit safer. But this "wide" section of Regent Street remains a dragstrip. Help!
3 VotesFix it! Voted!Caroline Off Of Broadway
The right hand side of Caroline street reads "No Standing" while the left hand side says "No Parking". There are no other streets with "No Standing", but what "No Standing actually means is "No Parking" or loading, etc. This is inconsistent with the entire rest of downtown and the city should add a "No Parking" sign to clarify because many visitors to our city are not going to be familiar with this sign and could easily misunderstand this to be a reference to loitering.
7 VotesFix it! Voted!64 Ballston Avenue Saratoga Springs, NY
The City's current Ballston Avenue project (limits = Lincoln Ave to Hamilton Street) calls for dead-ending Union Street on the south side of Ballstion Ave. Emphasis has been on the two other, more major intersections - including the announcement for the public meeting last fall which did not mention proposed changes here. There is no option to keep Union Street open in both directions. There has been no trafffic diversion analysis completed to determine where traffic currently using Union Street would go. This change would increase traffic volumes at other nearby intersections where existing accident problems are much worse. While I hope it's not the case it certainly appears someone is trying to 'slip in' this change when no one is looking. I'm afraid most people would have no idea this was being planned until one day they find they can no longer travel up/down Union Street.
14 VotesFix it! Voted!432 Grand Avenue Saratoga Springs, NY
When is the city going to wake up and understand the need for a sidewalk or running/bike path along Grand Ave Extension? This has been addressed on many posts but doesn't seem to get any attention or response?