Burlington, VT PLUS

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  • College St & S Willard St Burlington, VT, 05401, USA - Burlington Electric
    There is no walk signal at Willard and college. There is no indication how long students have to cross and it's really hard to see with the parked cars along the road. Having a crosswalk with a countdown would be helpful at a very busy pedestrian intersection
  • 1091 North Ave Burlington, VT, 05408, USA - Burlington Electric
    Would like to request a “Dead End Street” sign for Leonard St - it’s is a short dead end street next to Leddy park drive - a lot of our traffic is folks who are looking for Leddy
  • Chase St & Colchester Ave Burlington, VT, 05401, USA - Burlington Electric
    What on earth is this. Impossible to manage a truck with a trailer. Some of us make a living fixing other peoples problems. I'm a contractor who lives in this street. Also my kids bus comes down this street. How can it manage this turn? Where doy kids get the bus now?
  • 429-485 Ethan Allen Pkwy Burlington, VT, 05408, USA - Burlington Electric
    Road curve between Gazo Ave and James Ave on Ethan Allen Parkway is scary to navigate. In the summer, vegetation on the wooded side blocks driver views from seeing oncoming traffic. Cars parked on the side of the road in the curve allow for almost not enough space for two cars to pass safely. Cars drive much too fast through there. It's a matter of time before there's a head on collision. Dangerous for bikes as well. Parking in the curve should not be permitted to allow for enough space for cars to pass safely or vegetation on the wooded side should be cut back for a clearer view of oncoming traffic.
  • 1-29 Barley Rd Burlington, VT, 05408, USA - Burlington Electric
    This intersection and stretch of street is often raced through with complete disregard for the stop signs. Tonight I saw a car cut another off and race through the stop to pass them and speed down turf road. It would help enormously if this street was not wide enough for two cars, it’s one way. Could we add some planters or other traffic calming devices?
  • 101 College St Burlington, Vermont, 05401 - Burlington Electric
    Requesting a change from 15 minute parking space to loading and unloading zone only - Parking doesn't allow for the bus to pick up residents.
  • 262 S Prospect St Burlington, VT, 05401, USA - Burlington Electric
    Dangerous driving behavior on South Prospect Street between Maple and Cliff including excessive speeding, street racing, passing on the left, ignoring pedestrians in crosswalks, and failing to follow stop signs. Immediate traffic calming strategies requested.
  • 225-299 Ethan Allen Pkwy Burlington, VT, 05408, USA - Burlington Electric
    Look at improving pedestrian safety around CP Smith school. Specifically, I believe he is interested in RRFBs at the crosswalks across Ethan Allen Parkway adjacent to the school. Once entered into the system, please email him at adieng@burlingtonvt.gov.
  • Saratoga Ave & Village Grn Burlington, VT, 05408, USA - Burlington Electric
    Intersection of Village Green/Rivermount/Saratoga. Resident concerned with lack of stop sign on Saratoga and Rivermount and speed of through traffic.
  • Barley Rd & North Ave Burlington, VT, 05408, USA - Burlington Electric
    Residents requesting enhancement to existing crosswalk at Flynn School.
  • SidewalkReconnu
    12 Howard St Burlington VT 05401, United States - Burlington Electric
    This section of sidewalk is completely shattered and a major trip hazard. It’s just a couple of squares in what is otherwise a fine stretch of sidewalk. It would make a big difference to replace these few squares. Thanks.
  • Hungerford Ter Burlington, Vermont, 05401 - Burlington Electric
    I think it is time to discuss the need for two handicap signs located on the street of Hungerford Terr. There is absolutely no need for the second sign as it does not get used at all for any persons who are reliant on the use of the spot. The second handicap spot is empty at all times, and it should be reviewed if this spot is necessary at this point in time. I truly hope this request is taken seriously as the need for residential parking in the city of Burlington is very important.