Peter J. Castanino
Michael A. Santoro
19 Moore Street
Belmont, MA 02478
Monday - Friday 8am - 4pm
2 Common St Belmont - Belmont
At the intersection of Concord Rd and Common St, there is no clear "right-of-way" and I see accidents almost happen all of the time. Not one of these roads has STOP or YIELD signs, so this intersection seems to bring out the worst in people (especially at rush hour).
Intersection Of Mill St And Concord Ave. - Belmont
When traffic is heavy, cars back up at the regular stop sign to take a left onto Concord Ave. Many drivers are always trying to jump this traffic queue on Mill St by taking this left that's in front of the gas station onto Concord Ave. It's infuriating to see this obnoxious behavior.
Trapelo Road Belmont, Massachusetts - Belmont
Seriously, People. If you drive Trapelo road from Mount Auburn to Waverly Square you know that this is a problem. You are either 1 of the 2 kinds of people:
1. The driver who stays close to the double yellow line as if in a regular lane on a regular street.
2. The driver who sucks and drive in and out of any small space they can find, ultimatly causing back up when they come to the realization in some areas of that road that there is only room for one car. But they still insist on driving as if there were two lanes and coming dangerously close to the other cars that are just following the yellow line.
This is ridiculous, everyone knows it, yet Belmont wants to keep this "2 lanes" even though there are not white lines. Let's be smart Belmont. Make it one lane by painting a huge bike lane and only giving room for one lane of cars. SMART.
At About 8 Oakley Rd - Belmont
The temporary asphalt patch for the utility access for the new construction at the corner of Oakley Rd and the start of Trapelo Rd has opened up. About 2 ft by 6 inches and you can see quite far down into the void. See http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=2129295&id=711898&l=e313ccfcd6