318 Fairfax Ave. Nashville, TN - Hillsboro West End
From the corner of Fairfax to the corner of Chesterfield, there is an unusable asphalt "sidewalk" for much of the street. Autos use Marlborough as a cut-through to get to West End, so the street takes high traffic. Also, motorists often run the four-way stop at Fairfax and Marlborough and travel the road at a high rate of speed. This sidewalk needs repair so strollers and walkers can use it. Could also use a crosswalk at all four corners of Marlborough and Fairfax 4-way.
2307 Crestmoor Road - Green Hills
Clients visiting businesses along Crestmoor cannot exit on to Crestmoor due to excessive traffic backed up on this road due to short green light at Crestmoor and Hillsboro, coupled with the added traffic on this street due to the Abbott Martin road closure.
Abbott Martin Road From Hilldale To Cross Creek. - Green Hills
We are so excited to see this project has begun and is slowly progressing down Abbott Martin. Next spring be prepared to see tons of people enjoying this new investment in their community. Thank you to everyone involved.
Would like an update on the schedule for installing this sidewalk. We were told it would be this summer. We are looking forward to safely walking down Abbott Martin.
There is an existing sidewalk from Burlington to Hilldale on Abbott Martin and then nothing until Cross Creek. This is a busy, well traveled road that leads into Green Hills shopping areas and HIllsboro High School. Students in this area live less than a mile from Hillsboro and the bus will not pick them up if they live under a mile from the school. Lots of runners, cyclists, pedestrians, and even Moms with strollers use this now and it is dangerous. So many more people would choose to walk instead of ride this short distance to grocery stores, the mall, school, restaurants or the YMCA if they could do so safely. Sidewalks to "no where" are being built all over the city because developers are forced to put them in places that don't make sense. We would be better served if the city required developers to pay into a sidewalk fund and build sidewalks based on priority need.
470-498 Gay St Nashville, TN 37219, USA - Downtown
Due to all the buses and 18-wheelers that go thru this short cut the road is torn to pieces.
I would have thought they would have paved this when they were paving James Robertson Parkway since it is a very small stretch of roadway.
3462 Crestridge Dr Nashville, TN 37204, USA - Oak Hill
This is the most dangerous place on Woodmont between 100 Oaks and Green Hills. It is truly a high traffic street, particularly with the addition of the Vanderbilt clinic at 100 oaks mall. The only lights we have to slow down the traffic are on Powell, and then the next one is at Lealand. The speed limit is 25, but i've witnessed people consistently going over 50 coming over the top of the hill. In the Pleasant Valley neighborhood you have 4 streets. They are Pleasant Valley, Springbrook, Westhaven and Crestridge. There are 86 houses in this neighborhood. Obviously it is just a matter of time until there is a serious accident. Having a four way light like the one at Lealand would allow for safer traffic patterns and left turns out of the neighborhood.
3302 Ivy Point Rd Goodlettsville, TN - Nashville-Davidson Metropolitan
Music City Raceway is getting out of control. When I first moved up there, 27 years ago, knowing the track is noisy, it was only on Saturday nights. I realize the track has changed hands so all agreements are off. This past week the track ran Monday, Tuesday (Motorcycle race) Friday and Saturday nights and sometimes on Sundays. When the Jet cars run, you have to leave the hill. The issue is, our quality of life up here is really compromised since none of us around the neighborhood can be outside, work in our yards, have company over to our house except Wednesday and Thursdays during the week. Since this is a money making situation, common sense would say, the track should build a sound barrier similar to what is around the interstate. We know the track is going to run, they have more money than we do. You can hear the track more than 10 miles away and they run sometimes up to 1:00 in the morning. Next door neighbor has a 6 month old and I know, they get no rest with that baby. Just some kind of wall or sound barrier to help deflect the noise. I'm sure they don't want us to make them put mufflers on their race cars like the fairgrounds track had to. Just be fair about the situation, and we don't constantly want to hear the loudspeakers, tires squealing, engines roaring and the ever fragrant smell of tires burning, and blue fog hovering. Keep it all over there on them.
Located On Eatons Creek Rd. 500ft South Of The Intersection With Little Marrowbone. - Marrowbone
Road work which was poorly completed has left a dangerous hump in the curved portion of the road which, when traversed at the posted speed limit, leaves a driver struggling to maintain control.
Poplarwood Road And Poplarwood Lane Nashville, TN - Bellevue
Dips existing on both Poplarwood Lane and Poplarwood Road, and also at corner of these 2 streets. The one down on P. Road is causing pole to tilt, and collecting more water than ever. The one on P. Lane keeps getting larger. 4 sinking areas total in this neighborhood and all getting deeper. City contacted over 10 times over past year - no one out to check yet. We greatly appreciate this website!!!
4104 Andrew Jackson Pkwy Hermitage, TN 37076, USA - Hermitage
There needs to be a right turn lane installed at the corner of Andrew Jackson Pkwy & Old Lebanon Dirt Road. So many drivers turn right at this light and are unable to because of delays by the Music City Star and other traffic. Most days traffic is backed up to the corner of Old Hickory Blvd.
3424 Springbrook Dr Nashville, TN 37204, USA - Oak Hill
Just to document this: in addition to the below, I will note that there was what appears to be a serious accident yesterday at the intersection of Crestridge and Woodmont. Someone pulling out of the neighborhood, turning left on Woodmont, was hit broadside by a westbound car on Woodmont. I don't know if anyone was hurt, but it looked bad.
All residents living north of Woodmont on Springbrook Drive, Crestridge Drive, Pleasant Valley Rd., or Woodhaven Rd. must exit the neighborhood onto Woodmont (either heading east or west) in order to go anywhere. Otherwise, they cannot leave their neighborhood. There are two intersections allowing an exit from the neighborhood, Springbrook Drive & Woodmont Blvd., as well as Crestridge Drive & Woodmont Blvd. Both intersections have limited vision due to elevation changes in Woodmont (i.e., oncoming cars are difficult to see because they are coming over a hill). Technically, the speed limit on Woodmont around both intersections is 25 mph. However, most cars are traveling closer to 40 or 50 mph when they travel that stretch of Woodmont. At least one of those intersections needs to be fitted with a traffic light or a flashing yellow at the least, in order to provide residents of that neighborhood north of Woodmont a safe exit. Unfortunately, I am afraid it is only a matter of time before there is a very serious accident.