Pedestrian Crossing During Construction Archiviert

299 Exchange Street Malden, Massachusetts Auf Karte zeigen Karte ausblenden
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Meldende Person

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Fall-ID:

4082762

Submitted To:

City of Malden

Category:

Traffic (Safety and Speeding)

Angesehen:

634 Zeiten

Nachbarschaft:

Malden Ward 4

Gemeldet:

auf

Getaggt:

signs, traffic, crosswalk

Beschreibung

I proceeded to watch three separate cars run a red light and nearly clip a group of pedestrians attempting to cross the street at the Exchange/Commercial intersection during the morning commute.

Unfortunately, this is a common occurrence. While the construction project is disruptive for both drivers and pedestrians, many of us pedestrians are forced to jaywalk in order to traverse both crossings to reach Exchange St/Malden Center T Station within the allotted crossing signal time (~10 seconds). With drivers becoming irate and impatient waiting in traffic, and subsequently running the red light, pedestrian crossing time can nearly be halved, resulting in even more jaywalking.

Has there been any thought given to assigning a crossing guard during the AM/PM rush hour to provide some additional visibility to pedestrians crossing this busy intersection during the on-going construction?


  • City of Malden (Verifizierter Beamter)

  • Fred (Registrierter Benutzer)

  • BJF (Registrierter Benutzer)

  • D.C.C.S. (Registrierter Benutzer)

  • BJF (Registrierter Benutzer)

  • D.C.C.S. (Registrierter Benutzer)

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  • BJF (Registrierter Benutzer)

  • D.C.C.S. (Registrierter Benutzer)

  • Malden 311 (Constituent Services Representative) (Verifizierter Beamter)

  • Malden 311 (Constituent Services Representative) (Verifizierter Beamter)

  • Anerkannt Lt. Ryan Fortier (Malden Police) (Registrierter Benutzer)

  • FixitPlease! (Registrierter Benutzer)

  • Geschlossen TraffSGT (Verifizierter Beamter)

  • BJF (Registrierter Benutzer)

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