City of Medford PLUS

Open Issues: 755 Closed Issues: 19,823 Acknowledged Issues: 1,907
  • 34 Canal St Medford 02155, United States - Medford
    Whole bunch of crosswalks just got re-applied around here. The faded former crosswalk across Canal St. at Prescott still needs repainting, as neighbors keep reminding. Presumably one’s going to be applied across Prescott here—might as well replace the one across Canal, too.
  • Main St & Summer St Medford, MA, 02155, USA - Medford
    The crosswalk paint is faded and on such a busy street with speeding traffic the crosswalk needs yellow pedestrian crossing signs.
  • 2 Berwick Road Medford, MA, 02155, USA - Medford
    Pedestrian crosswalk never repainted after re-paving on Harvard Street. Makes it dangerous and difficult to cross the street.
  • 133-329 River'S Edge Dr Medford, MA, 02155, USA - Medford
    This report is more about the bike lane. it's fading so much on this entire road, that it's dangerous for bikes because the drivers now lane split into two lanes because they can't see the paint and ignore the bike lane.
  • 8 Alfred Terr Medford MA 02155, United States - Medford
    Lines are very faded and people continue to go through the intersection without stopping Should place a solar blinking stop sign here. Also a flashing solar stop sign should be placed on Alfred Street also
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  • 1–5 Canal St Medford MA 02155, United States - Medford

    Pretty much all the crosswalks along High St. and adjacent side streets need repainting. Maybe we need to try better paint?

    Also, when I post this stuff it asks me if it’s the same open issue from two years ago. May be time to close out old requests.

  • 188 Main Street Medford, MA, 02155, USA - Medford
    Please repaint crosswalks at this intersection. Cars rarely stop for pedestrians and it feels dangerous. Please make this intersection safer for pedestrians
  • George St Medford, Massachusetts, 02155 - Medford
    Can the City please send someone out to repaint the crosswalks at the intersection of George Street and Main Street. The paint on both of these is pretty much gone, especially the one at the end of George Street. This is a dangerous area for pedestrians and I've almost been hit by cars trying to cross on foot in this area. Most of the time they do not stop for pedestrians especially since there's no crossing light here. Repainting is not enough to fix this problem but it is the minimum the city should do. I am tired of putting my life on the line every time I go through this area and I know I'm not alone. We can do better to make Medford welcoming and safe for pedestrians and modalities that are not driving, and learn a lot from what Somerville has done. Thank you.
  • 155-177 College Ave Medford, MA, 02155, USA - Medford
    There is desperate need for crosswalk installation on this area of College avenue in front of the Joyce Cummings Center at Tufts. Safe access to the this highly trafficked building and the soon to open Green line station is seriously hindered by the lack of a nearby crosswalk. Pedestrians walk through traffic and dart between idling cars to cross the street to access the Cummings building. This will surely be exasperated when the green line opens next week, when only more pedestrian commuters will flood this area. The lack of a crosswalk here poses a serious risk to pedestrians. Vehicles are also in danger, forced to avoid jaywalking pedestrians. I hope that the city’s traffic and engineering department will prioritize the placement of a crosswalk in this area before a pedestrian is struck here.
  • Mystic Ave @ Main St Medford, MA 02155, USA - Medford
    Trying to reach bus stop by Mobil it's dangerous enough crossing here and with the faded crosswalk drivers don't stop. Please repaint
  • 95 Winthrop St Medford MA 02155, United States - Medford
    Raised crossing needs painting
  • 1600 Mystic Valley Pkwy Medford 02474, United States - Medford

    There is no protected path for pedestrians on the northside of High Street across one of the busiest intersections around. Please paint a crosswalk here, even if there are ongoing studies about this area. It is an awful place to cross.

    Yes, there is a crosswalk on the southside. But there is no way to get to it without running through unmarked open huge areas of pavement. This can has been kicked down the road for years, fix it already before there is blood on someone’s hands.