Burlington, VT PLUS

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  • 57–99 Cambrian Way Burlington VT 05401, United States - Burlington Electric
    Street sign was here but disappeared. Not sure if the construction crew removed the pole and street sign for some purpose but wondering if it can be replaced. Since it is a new street it's important folks who where to turn. Lots of lost people. Thanks.
  • 2-48 Shelburne Rd Burlington, VT, 05401, USA - Burlington Electric
    Where’s US Route 7? Driving north, it shouldn’t be a Where’s Waldo puzzle. The ROAD CLOSED sign seems to be saying that South Willard Street is closed. And the signage straight ahead is pretty daunting with its striped barricade and orange Detour sign.
    This area needs a BIG US Rt 7 sign with a right arrow. This is a US highway, for goodness sake! Probably because of this omission, the traffic on South Union has increased significantly.
  • 60 Intervale Rd Burlington, Vermont, 05401 - Burlington Electric
    The stop/RR crossing sign has been knocked down on Intervale Rd.
  • 12 N Winooski Ave Burlington VT 05401, United States - Burlington Electric
    Please fix the signs to make this new stretch of paving and marking accurately reflect the traffic and parking in this stretch. It has been this way since the late summer when the lines went down, why is there still nothing there for signage?There is a problem here because people are not respecting the loading and unloading zones, and this is causing traffic jams and build ups.
  • 52–58 Cherry St Burlington VT 05401, United States - Burlington Electric
    Daily, I see several cars just blow through the stop sign facing west intersection cherry and pine I guess many driver just do not care and are in a rush However, today when I saw VSP roll through, it was clear they did not see the sign The trooper was looking to their left for an address such as the P&P office or CUSI and there were no students near the crosswalk-VSP drove through like the old days when there were no stop signs on Cherry -Yes, nothing will may stop a driver but making it more visible may help Please consider swapping the stop signs for one that flases red led With all the cars and students, it appearsthe stop sign on the bhs side of Cherry is easy to miss as the stop signs are new this year Thank you
  • GraffitiReconnu
    Island Line Trail Burlington VT 05408, United States - Burlington Electric
    Hate speech on stop sign
  • 218–238 College St Burlington VT 05401, United States - Burlington Electric
    One of the traffic lights is out at the NE corner of College and S Winooski The green light
  • OtherReconnu
    149 Church St Burlington, VT 05401, USA - Burlington Electric
    lack of a public bike rack at Church and Main means folks end up using the bikeshare rack and street furniture instead
  • 174 Home Ave Burlington, VT, 05401, USA - Burlington Electric

    I do not know what the city can do other than build the Champlain Parkway finally after 4 decades, but until then if something is not done to deal with the constant speeding traffic and massive tractor trailer trucks that cascade down Home Ave at all hours of the day, someone is going to get seriously hurt or worse. Kids are scared to walk out of their front doors or walk to school because it is like playing a game of frogger every morning and afternoon at rush hour.

    Why is the city and state so dysfunctional? Why can't they bring any large infrastructure project successfully to fruition?

  • OtherReconnu
    Summit Street Burlington, VT - Burlington Electric
    I work at Champlain College and frequently walk and bike there from my home on Henry St. I am consistently frustrated about the crossing situation for bikes and pedestrians going across Main St. from Summit St. I have spoken with many other people that share the same frustration and quite frankly safety concerns. While there is a crosswalk there now, many drivers do either not see people trying to cross or refuse to yield to pedestrians/bikers, causing people having to step far out into the line of traffic and resulting in people slamming on their brakes very close to the person crossing. Is there any way you can install a flashing pedestrian signal that can be pressed to light up when someone wants to cross? They seem to be more effective
  • OtherReconnu
    20 Pine St Burlington 05401, United States - Burlington Electric
    The crosswalk from George street crossing Pearl could really use a blinking light button to alert drivers to pedestrians. With the cars parked on the street, it can be really difficult to see people crossing the road.
  • East Ave & Carrigan Dr Burlington, VT, 05401, USA - Burlington Electric
    Folks come speeding down the hill from the hospital, way over 25 mph and way, way over the 15 mph limit for Carrigan. (This includes UVMCC buses). Permanently installed :your current speed" sign is needed. I'm at this intersection twice a day for only a few minutes and at least once a week I see someone ignoring the "no right turn when lit" sign. One lady came close to running me down - she was visibly shaken (as was I) and extremely apologetic but really, this needs to be addressed. Multiply the few times I'm at that corner by the rest of the times I'm not there and you've got a LOT of potential accidents. Additionally: the crossing time is only 10 seconds for a pedestrian to cross multiple lanes. Pedestrian crossing times downtown are way longer to cross a way shorter distance. What's with that? If you're goal is not to inconvenience drivers at the risk of pedestrian injury or death than you're doing great. Finally, the pedestrian crossing light at East & Carrigan is completely disabled after 9pm. I have no problem with blinking yellow on East Ave and blinking Red on Carrigan at that hour, but at least keep the effing pedestrian crossing light functional. I can't be the only one who works late at UVM/UVMCC who's really bothered (as in frightened) by having to cross under these conditions.
    I have cut and pasted this from my previous comments on need for flashing Ped light at East & Bilodeau because, as might be inferred by the vehemence of my language, I think this issue merits it's own posting.