Location updated--mapped wrong the first time. There are multiple poles along this block that need painting. One of them has the missing panel. Thanks!
Thank you for taking the time to report this issue. Please note that Midtown Alliance uses SeeClickFix to manage physical repair issues. Long-term planning issues related to bicycle infrastructure are better addressed by the Transportation Division in the City of Atlanta Office of Planning. I have forwarded your issue along to Joshua Mello, Assistant Director of the Transportation Division who is managing the Cycle Atlanta bicycle planning study. For more information, visit www.cycleatlanta.org.
Midtown Alliance is working closely with the City to improve the quality of bicycle infrastructure in Midtown. You can find more information on planned and ongoing projects on our website at http://midtownatl.com/about/programs-and-projects/capital-improvements
I am closing this issue since it has been directed to the appropriate channel for consideration for future implementation. Thank you for your input.
The City of Atlanta is in the process of prioritizing a list of sidewalk repairs for 2013. This corridor was identified by Midtown Alliance staff as a high priority and a detailed survey was provided to the City for their consideration. If this project does not make the list--then we will explore the possibility of repairing the sidewalk using Midtown Improvement District funds. I will update this issue as more information is received. Thank you again for reporting this issue.
This issue was recategorized from Other to Sidewalk.
This issue was recategorized from Other to Other.
We are pleased to report that the pothole that you brought to our attention has been repaired. Thank you for helping us keep Midtown clean, safe and beautiful.
Pothole repair is the responsibility of the City of Atlanta Department of Public Works. We have alerted them and will continue to track the issue until it is resolved. We encourage you to follow-up with them directly by contacting a customer service representative at (404) 330-6333 or you may send an email to email@example.com.
This issue was reported by Midtown Alliance staff. Please note that the Midtown Alliance uses SeeClickFix to track and manage repair issues and, in many cases, will voluntarily address these issues to supplement City services. In other cases, we will coordinate with the City to accomplish these repairs.