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Work Order Completed in Infor by 155851 on 2017-10-11T11:36:21.000-05:00 with comments - Per traffic analyst:
An investigation was conducted on 10/6/17 by 12:00pm at 6700 Travis St. (N/S bound) between Southgate St. and McClendon St. in reference to missing No Parking sign and blocking driveway.
An attempt was made to contact the requestor by e-mail but the email address was found to not work and Mrs./Mrs. Even could not be contacted. The 311 comments-? No parking anytime west side 6700 Travis near driveways construction took them down . All that remains is a part of a pole .owner of property reported that blocks his driveways every day. Construction crew blocking private driveway citizen reported
The field survey revealed that this is a Travis is a 28ft wide asphalt paved street with curbs, gutters & sidewalks in the Texas Medical Center area. The entire West side is controlled by ?NP-TAZ 7am-8pm M-Sat, Except with Valid Permit? Zone and East side ?NPAT Taxi Zone 6 Cab? zone and ?NP-TAZ? zone. I noted that there is new property/building construction on 6700 Travis east side at McClendon. I viewed Road Construction signage, barriers and barrels in placed to show the work area for Travis n/s bound traffic movement. I viewed that vehicles are parking on the westside and that each vehicles had a green Parking Ticket in the windshield during this survey. I didn?t view an empty pipe and did not view vehicles blocking a driveway on either side during this survey. Please be advised if a vehicles does blocking a private, residential or commercial driveway please contact and report this issue to HPD for enforcement. At this time no further action is recommended.
No action at this time."
F.S. Closed 10/11/17 G.L.
60.Referred to Solid Waste Department
Close Comments :
Confirmed structural flooding per Solid Waste Department.