Lake Street And 8th Avenue - Inner Richmond
This is a heavily trafficked intersection (Lake St & 8th Ave.) of automobiles and pedestrians. It's popular to cross due to it's destination. It provides direct access to the dog park. Everyone, mostly adults with children and/or dogs, struggle to cross this intersection. Daily, it is especially worse during commute hours, cars speed and rarely make the effort to stop or slow down for pedestrians. Please, I/we request 2 additional stop signs to make this a 4-way stop and an easier and safer intersection to cross.
Brotherhood Way San Francisco, CA 94132 - Ocean View
Segamore St. has 3 lanes in each direction. Only one lane merges onto the 2 west-bound lanes of Brotherhood Way. The entrance to Brotherhood Way can support a 2-lane merge from Segamore. During high traffic periods, the backup on Segamore is long and people drive crazy, speed, and make illegal lane changes to get in the far right lane at the last minute. An additional merge lane onto Brotherhood Way would make the merge much safer and faster.
1243 7th Ave San Francisco, CA 94122 - Inner Sunset
Whenever I cross 7th ave. on Irving -- a busy commercial area -- I fear for my life, with cars speeding along as if they're still on the expressway portion of 7th (up the hill). Also, when I'm forced by street cleaning to look for parking on that part of 7th, drivers behind me are quick to honk rudely behind me, again as if they think it's still an expressway.
I'd like to see signage and speed limit enforcement on 7th between about Judah/Kirkham and Lincoln.
This is a residential / commercial area, not a highway.
190 Maynard Street San Francisco, CA 94112, USA - Excelsior
Peter Spediacci runs his painting business out of his home with blight and potential toxic waste disposal in open areas in his front yard. Debris and equipment litter the front yard, multiple commercial vehicles are parked on the street. Scaffolding is piled up leaning against the next door neighbors house, paint buckets litter his yard. Old appliances and now an old hot tub sit on the lawn. Garbage bins are next to the sidewalk on his driveway in plain sight. A disgusting mess anywhere you look. And as homeowners living nearby, it devalues our neighborhood and is tiring to have to look at constantly. He is vengeful and will apply retribution to anyone opposing his self interested mess. I do not want this complaint aired in public due to fear of retribution, but I'm also fed up with living in a run down commercial-like environment.
6 Carmel St San Francisco, CA 94117 - US Congressional District CA8
I have lived at 21 Carmel Street in San Franciso for more than 10
years. Over this period of time, I have seen approximately a dozen
automobile crashes at the intersection of Clayton, Carmel and Twin
Peaks Boulevard, usually caused by a driver continuing from Clayton
onto Twin Peaks Boulevard who does not realize that the stop light has
turned red. As you likely know, this is both a confusing and a busy
intersection. To make matters even more dangerous, there are a
significant number of pedestrians and cyclists who cross this
intersection. I'm concerned that this intersection will continue to
be dangerous unless something is done. One possible improvement might
be to place a sign and a traffic camera (to ticket those who run the
173 Shakespeare Street San Francisco, CA 94112, USA - Ocean View
Occupant appears to be operating a landscaping business. AT ALL TIMES, averages 8-10 refuse cans on sidewalk and in front yard area. Also uses public stairway, adjacent to property, for storage/ refuse, as well as the front yard. It's a blight on the neighborhood.