Cambridge, MA PLUS

City of Cambridge, MA

Open Issues: 233 Closed Issues: 34,694 Acknowledged Issues: 888
  • Abandoned BicycleAcknowledged
    337 Allston Street Cambridge, MA - Cambridgeport
    At Alberico Park there's a bike has been locked to the bike rack for about a year now missing the tires and other parts.
  • Abandoned BicycleAcknowledged
    Cambridge Green Street, Cambridge, MA 02114, United States of America - Riverside
    Bike often chained to street sign, difficult to pass by for wheel chair.
  • Abandoned BicycleAcknowledged
    175 Fresh Pond Parkway Cambridge, MA 02138, United States of America - West Cambridge
    Ant bike left at Kingsley Park sidewalk for days.
  • Abandoned BicycleAcknowledged
    1672 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, MA - Neighborhood 9
    Silver cruiser style bike locked to a bike rack outside of barbershop since the winter.
  • Abandoned BicycleAcknowledged
    Address Unavailable - Cambridgeport
    Bicycle locked to fence for weeks, blocking sidewalk and driveways. unknown owner does not live at 465 Putnam Ave tenant building.
  • Abandoned BicycleAcknowledged
    328 Allston St Cambridge 02139, United States - Cambridgeport
  • Abandoned BicycleAcknowledged
    327 Hurley St Cambridge 02141, United States - East Cambridge
  • Abandoned BicycleAcknowledged
    9 Blanchard Road Cambridge, MA 02138, United States of America - Cambridge
    Lime E bike abandoned on sidewalk around 2 Blanchard Rd.
  • Abandoned BicycleAcknowledged
    259 Norfolk Street Cambridge, MA - The Port
    Grey Raleigh mountain bike was tagged for abandon, found with 2 flats
  • 2300 Massachusetts Ave Cambridge, MA 02140, USA - North Cambridge
    title says it all
  • 24 Spinelli Pl Cambridge 02138, United States - Cambridge Highlands
    business vehicle parked blocking sidewalk
  • 363 Ma-2a Cambridge, MA 02139, USA - The Port

    Right in front of the Lafayette Square fire station, there are steel plates and a nasty storm drain in the bike lane. This is an 8 out of 10 for serious bike lane hazards, and it is on the approach to a busy intersection where there is substantial vehicular queuing, so it's often infeasible for bikes to shift into the travel lane to avoid it.

    This condition has been present for months if not years, and that is not acceptable.

    Please engineer a better permanent solution for whatever problem this is meant to cure. Thank you.