4525 Se 108th Place Portland, OR - Lents
road needs fixed during winter cars get stuck and weather causes mud holes and puddles and during summer dust spreads everywhere onto cars and inside houses
heres a link to google maps to look at street
39 Th Se Crest Ct Portland, OR - Center
@#$% covering toilet paper roll, toilet seat an mirror today. In the past there has been toilet paper soaked with urine, floors saturated with urine and fecal matter on mirror at one point. I was assaulted by a homeless man in this bathroom once. Luckily I had pepper spray and was able to avoid becoming a statistic
Sw Kelly Ave. SW Hood Ave., SW Lane St., SW Gaines St., SW Curry St., SW Whitaker St., SW Gibbs St., Portland, OR 97239 - Corbett-Terwilliger-Lair Hill
Area resident tired of South Waterfront, OHSU, Mirabella, and their employees destroying our livability by burdening this small area with all the cars and commuters the city of Portland supports by refusing to enforce it's own city ordinances described as> Commuters from other areas are using spaces that should be utilized by area residents, employees and visitors. Commuter parking is defined as: vehicles driven from another area and parked in the affected area; the drivers then leave the area to conduct business elsewhere. The competition for parking spaces is currently being won by commuters from outside the area because they are leaving their vehicles for the entire day, thereby eliminating those spaces for the area residents and businesses.
A easy solution for the city of portland would be to annex these streets into the zone F area parking permit program.
Terwilliger And Taylor'S Ferry Portland, OR 97212, USA - Far Southwest
I have watched bicyclists nearly get killed many times by trucks at this intersection. There is a left turn green arrow from Taylor's Ferry onto northbound Terwilliger. At the same time, there is a special right turn light/lane coming from the opposite direction. Lots of out-of-town delivery trucks blow through the light, and since it's uphill, they are gunning it. My biking partner nearly got wiped off of the planet this morning. Several other bicyclists have been injured at this intersection.
8004 Sw Capitol Hill Rd Portland, OR - Maplewood-Ashcreek
Over the last several months, a sinkhole has developed. The city has come out on 4 different occasions and tosses asphalt over it to fill it in. But it keeps coming back. They have marked the utilities out on the street numerous times as if they are going to fix it. On at least one occasion, a car has driven into the ditch. It has gotten worse than just a pot hole and there is plenty of traffic on this street, they need to find out what it looks like under the roadway.
Southwest Zoo Road & U.S. 26 Portland, OR - Forest Park
There is a crosswalk where the popular 4T Trail crosses the highway offramp here. There are ADA ramps on either side of the crosswalk, but somebody forgot to paint the crosswalk stripes! This is a pretty major problem because drivers coming off of the highway have no indication to expect people to be crossing here. Lots of people use this trail and cross here daily.
Ne Corner Of Ne Tillamook And Vancouver Avenue Portland, OR - Eliot
There is a fenced lot on the corner with large, overgrown branches sticking out of teh fence and obstructing the sidewalk AND view of oncoming south-bound traffic. West-bound vehicles are forced to move forward INTO Vancouver Avenue to see past the overgrowth. Very dangerous!
8485 8631 N Vancouver Ave Portland, OR 97217, USA - Bridgeton
I commute from Vancouver to east Portland by bicycle. Since the Vancouver Ave bridge has been out I have been unable to find a safe route to work. When the Vancouver Ave bridge was closed but still usable, this was not an issue, but now that the bridge is completely out, I am forced to try to bicycle across the Columbia Slough on MLK (HWY 99E), which is three lanes in each direction with no shoulder and no sidewalk and cars traveling at 55 mph. When I tried following the auto detour on Columbia Boulevard, I hit a storm drain that was about 2 inches lower than the roadway and almost went down right in front of the right front tire of a big rig that was passing by at that moment. How am I supposed to get to work without risking my life? I don’t have a car or even a license and the number 8 bus only goes halfway across the industrial area.
Please close a lane on MLK and use Jersey barriers to create a bicycle and pedestrian construction detour.
Sw College St & 5th Portland, OR - Downtown
This is a half-block long stretch of street that is 2 way. It is not marked clearly enough and people are using the oncoming traffic lane to turn left onto 5th.
Also, people who are smart enough to realize it is a 2-way street are making illegal left turns against the light (as they would on a one way to one way street.
Suggest arrows in the lanes indicating the direction of travel and a "no left turn on red" sign for that intersection.
Nw 10th And Nw Lovejoy Portland, OR - Pearl District
As you are going west-bound on Lovejoy and you come to the intersection at NW 10th, the traffic signal, when displaying a green light for vehicular traffic to turn onto NW 10th (a one-way street) ALSO displays a green (okay to cross) signal to pedestrians attempting to cross the street. Someone is going to get hit and/or killed.