Pine St New Haven, ConnecticutWe need speed humps on Pine St between Clinton Ave and Front St.
I have sent emails to our alderman and never heard a word in reply.
Maybe someone could tell me the procedure in getting a petition entered into the city government.
Clinton Ave And Pine St New Haven, ConnecticutCould we please get a traffic light on Clinton Ave and Pine St. intersection. There is a flashing light there now that very few drivers stop for, but a traffic light with cameras would help control the speeding on both streets.
Pinest. & Clinton Ave New Haven, ConnecticutThis junction needs either a Traffic light or some other deterrent
to stop traffic, cause most vehicles do not stop. The police, the ambulance, school buses, and private vehicles. If you don't want a traffic sign, than put up a camera.
1 Grand Ave New Haven, CT
Happens every day, Mr. Travers. Traffic lights in all directions turn red when the bridge swings open.
Cars, trucks, and yes, CT busses, regularly swing out of line, drive down LEFT lanes, and turn left -- or right! -- in front of other vehicles. Drivers crowd onto the bridge's onramp and block traffic to beat others in crossing the bridge when it reopens. Lots of horns, lots of yelling, lots of anger, lots of everything that happens when traffic control doesn't make sense and traffic enforcement is absent.
Can you do something about this, please? Can we get enforcement here to direct traffic in the short term -- while your office figures out a better way to control the lights?
Thanks!· Reported by Donald Harvey · Flag Flagged
Pine Street New Haven, ConnecticutFrom Atwater St. down Pine Street Front St, on Pine Street we need a couple of Speed Humps to slow down traffic. At different times of the day and night, it seems lick it is a speedway.
Let's slow them down before some one gets hurt.
Pine Street New Haven, ConnecticutCould we please get at least 1 or more SPEED HUMPS on Pine St. between Clinton Ave and Downing St.
There several Children and Seniors that live in this area with a lot of Fast moving cars.
I have sent an email to the alder-person for this Ward, but never received an answer.
100-300 Dover Street New Haven, CT
We have reported this issue a few times in the last couple of years. Vehicles travel way in excess of the posted speed limit day & night. A couple of times a flashing "SLOW DOWN" sign with the posted speed is placed in the street. It helps temporarily while the sign is there, then traffic speeds up again when the sign is removed.
SPEED BUMPS MUST BE PLACED ON THIS STREET.
We are starting to wonder why the lack of interest from the New Haven Traffic & Parking Dept on this issue. Is somebody "connected" putting the squash on the request for some reason?? Or worse, is it thought by the powers that be that 'they're only renters' and not worth the extra expense of a few yards of blacktop??
SPEED BUMPS have been placed on streets much the same as Dover on "the other side of the tracks" - like Canner St and other streets off Willow.
It is such a NO BRAINER solution to slow down traffic.
PLEASE HELP US OVER HERE IN THE HOOD!! If you read this please click "I want this fixed too", even if you just agree with the SAFETY OF OUR CHILDREN and aren't familiar with our particular street.
Maybe some action can be taken this time. Please, Traffic & Parking Department...