Cambridge, MA PLUS

City of Cambridge, MA

Open Issues: 163 Closed Issues: 38,264 Acknowledged Issues: 652
  • Abandoned BicycleAcknowledged
    68 Pleasant St Cambridge, MA, 02139, USA - Cambridgeport
    black and rusty bike that is attached to the parking sign. It has been there for at least 3 years and it makes it difficult to move along the sidewalk.
  • Abandoned BicycleAcknowledged
    169 Monsignor Obrien Hwy Cambridge 02141 United States - East Cambridge
    Abandoned Ant Bicycle being stripped for parts
  • Abandoned BicycleAcknowledged
    5 Worcester Street Cambridge, MA - The Port
    Maroon & white bike with a basket on the back. chain is off and has been locked to a parking street sign for months per resident.
  • Abandoned BicycleAcknowledged
    151 Mount Auburn St Cambridge 02138, United States - West Cambridge
    Abandoned bike for the past three months. Owner moved
  • Abandoned BicycleAcknowledged
    101-109 Berkshire St Cambridge, MA, 02141, USA - Wellington-Harrington
    Abandoned bicycle chairs to post in walkway. It is a hazard.
  • Abandoned BicycleAcknowledged
    1010 Memorial Dr Cambridge, MA, 02138, USA - West Cambridge
    Motor bike in crosswalk, abandoned before thanksgiving
  • Abandoned BicycleAcknowledged
    30 Kelly Rd Cambridge 02139, United States - Cambridgeport
  • Abandoned BicycleAcknowledged
    99 Hancock Street Cambridge, MA - Mid-Cambridge
    Black mountain bike and silver 10 speed both locked together and tagged for abandon, flat tires can be removed on or after 1-16-19
  • Abandoned BicycleAcknowledged
    7 Carlisle Street Cambridge, MA - Wellington-Harrington
    White specialized bike was tagged for abandon, found with 2 flats and can be removed on or after 1-16-19
  • Abandoned BicycleAcknowledged
    32 Hancock St Cambridge 02139, United States - Riverside
    Blocking sidewalk. Must be removed.
  • 515 Concord Ave. Cambridge, Massachusetts - Cambridge Highlands
    Two trucks parked on top of the sidewalk and bike lane at Chico's Sunoco Station.
  • 32 Vassar Street Cambridge, Massachusetts - Mit
    The entrance to the westbound sidewalk-level bike lane on Vassar St. is frequently entirely blocked by a puddle due to poor drainage. To get onto the sidewalk level, it's sometimes necessary to ride up the curb on the left side of the path. Is there any chance this part of the path could be patched so it drains away from the curb/path and into the street?