Burlington, VT PLUS

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  • 140 Shelburne Rd Burlington, VT, 05401, USA - Burlington Electric
    Bus stop at end of Adams Court overlaps with pedestrian crosswalk. Bus stop also is at merger of 2 lanes to 1 lane of northbound traffic. Rt 7 signage also blocks flashing crosswalk signals to North and tree blocks signals going south- very dangerous
  • Manhattan Dr Burlington, VT, 05401, USA - Burlington Electric
    Requesting Traffic calming between Spring and Oak st.
  • 191 S Winooski Ave Burlington VT 05401, United States - Burlington Electric
    When you repaint the bike lane on Winooski Avenue at King Street, please install some sort of barrel or barrier to deflect southbound car traffic into the car lane. Cars routinely drive straight into the bike lane instead of shifting left into the car lane.
  • Archibald St Burlington, Vermont, 05401 - Burlington Electric
    , the busy street of Archibald has no sidewalk running parallel to it north of North Willard Street and the street before this is also missing sidewalk on both sides of the street. On this street, cars tend to park on both sides, leaving a narrow path for both pedestrians and individuals with vehicles. In the winter, this road is often covered in ice as is the sidewalks on the one way side street connecting this road to Archibald Street. I'd love to see Burlington have sidewalks on all streets as well as cross walk buttons/lights
  • 175 Lakeside Ave Burlington VT 05401, United States - Burlington Electric
    Please add bike lanes on Lakeside. It is 36 feet wide except for the section under the railroad overpass, so there is plenty of room for bike lanes even on the segment in the Lakeside neighborhood where there is parking on one side. Thank you.
  • Riverside Avenue At Intervale Road Burlington, VT 05401, USA - Burlington Electric

    The intersection at Riverside Ave, Riverside MUP, & Intervale Ave is a confusing, awkward mess.

    People riding bikes are told to use the walk symbol. However, activating the "I would like to cross the street, pretty please think of me" button requires one to cross lanes and dismount to safely use it. Additionally, there is then a STOP sign, which customarily means, "Stop motion here and proceed once safe." That contradicts the instruction to use the walk signal. So which is it? Who knows?!

    So, we should make this intersection simpler, clearer, and without needless hoops and impediments.

    I'm open to what that may look like and I'm happy to give feedback if you'd like.

  • Rose St & Cedar St Burlington, VT, 05401, USA - Burlington Electric
    Is there any update on a traffic calming plan for the corner of Rose and Cedar? Motorcycles and trucks are constantly peeling out, revving engines and blowing through the stop signs at top speed. All hours, night and day. I’ve witnessed on several occasions people almost being hit. This has been going on for over a year.
  • 917-955 Pine St Burlington, VT, 05401, USA - Burlington Electric
    Resident request for traffic calming on Pine St near Morse Place due to speeding vehicles
  • 1586 North Ave Burlington, VT, 05408, USA - Burlington Electric
    On North Ave between West Rd & Derway dr - there is excessive speeding. Customer has reached out to Police with no luck. Her Child was almost hit by a car. Looking for something asap
  • 6 North Winooski Avenue Burlington, VT - Burlington Electric
    Requester reports the bike rack in front of this address is in need or repair and re-anchoring to the ground.
  • Conger Ave & Lakeside Ave Burlington, VT, 05401, USA - Burlington Electric
    People are parking in the intersection due to the new curb. Greatly reduces visibility of traffic and squeezes the intersection.
  • 206 Main St Burlington, VT, 05401, USA - Burlington Electric
    The Handicap parking spot that was placed just on the other side of the driveway between Mr. Mikes and Nectars. This was placed on the right side of the driveway. There is no way to get a handicap ramp out. Put it on the left side of the driveway and we can open and close our handicap door and get the ramp out. Poor planning on who ever placed it there. Also needs to be enforcement.. See a lot of people parking in this spot for people to get take out. Handicap parking needs to be enforced in Burlington both on street and at business.