Burlington, VT PLUS

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  • SidewalkReconnu
    University Rd Burlington, Vermont, 05401 - Burlington Electric

    University road is a frequently travelled street by many of UVM Medical Center Employees. This is a narrow road and very dark when staff walk it at the end of their 12 hour shift. I understand residents on the road would not appreciate street lights outside there home, but signage to slow down or even better a SIDEWALK would be a huge benefit and safety comfort. During baseball games the street is closed off and becomes a one way. A permanent one-way rd would also be extremely beneficial to pedestrians safety, the flow of traffic, and helpful in accommodating the development of a sidewalk.

    Also, at the top of the road there is a cross walk over East Ave that drivers often blow thru the stop sign or just keep driving when they see you. More awareness of this three way stop is necessary. PLEASE lets honor our essential worker heroes and put their safety first!

    I am willing to get a petition sided if it will help in the developement and improvement of University Rd. Thanks for your time and I hope to hear back soon!

  • North Ave Burlington, Vermont, 05401 - Burlington Electric
    Looking to have bike racks installed in front of Scout on North Avenue
  • 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.
  • 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
  • 181 S Union St Burlington, VT, 05401, USA - Burlington Electric
    Requesting to have the current "Disability Parking" spot in the front of Dr Alicia Cunningham's Office update to a "2 Hour Maximum" parking. Instead of the current unlimited amount of time (i.e. all day or days at a time). This request comes from having had multiple complaints from our patient's that frequent Dr Cunningham's Office of unavailable "Disability Parking" space. Since, they have much appreciated having this closer to the entrance parking. Avoiding having to walk up the inclined, uneven sidewalk that risks injury to some of our extremely elderly and/or mobility challenged patient's. As well as, the impact it has on parents with disabilities picking up/dropping off their students from Edmunds School. We appreciate your time and understanding of this request.
  • 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.
  • 237 N Winooski Ave Burlington, VT, 05401, USA - Burlington Electric
    Cars often speed through this area, especially at night. Most do not stop at the intersection with North Union, which means a car can be at this crosswalk just seconds after coming into view. A flashing crosswalk sign would at least make pedestrians more visible at night.
  • OtherReconnu
    170 Bank St Burlington, VT 05401, USA - Burlington Electric
    not enough space for Trucks delivering to popular restaurants.
  • Spring St Burlington VT 05401, United States - Burlington Electric

    Recently the City changed signage in this area, eliminating 6-7 parking spots near IAA that were frequently used by parents & teachers. Why!?

    Knowing that parking is already an issue all around the school, I can't figure out any reason these spots needed to be removed.

  • Colchester Ave Burlington, Vermont, 05401 - Burlington Electric
    Requesting parking be reestablished on Colchester Ave between Fletcher Place and Burlington School - 3 space
  • 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.
  • 6 Chase St Burlington VT 05401, United States - Burlington Electric
    Chiming in to share that the Chase St/Colchester Ave "Bump out" has made a big positive difference in reducing vehicles speeding down Chase St. If altering it to accommodate complaints from larger vehicles, please take into consideration the pedestrian improvements enhanced by the bump out and the traffic calming positives due to slowing vehicles down. Would suggest widening the neck of the Chase Street portion and putting in more permanent amenities such as curbing, green space