XYZ

Rank: "Jane Jacobs" Civic Points: 53,320
  • Potholes Acknowledged
    Whitney Avenue Historic District New Haven, CT, USA - Prospect Hill
    Many potholes on Whitney Ave in the Cold Springs area
  • Signs Closed
    27-43 Ives Pl New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - Mill River
    Stop Sign down at the corner of Ives and Eastern. I called this into the Transportation Dept this morning, hopefully it has been corrected.
  • Rock St New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - Cedar Hill
    Broken branch in tree or branch on Rock Street before Grace
  • Potholes Archived
    Farnam Dr New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - East Rock
    Potholes at the base of East Rock
  • 800 State St New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - SOHU
    Branch in wire
  • 800 Orange St New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - East Rock
  • Signs Acknowledged
    2-18 E Ferry St New Haven, CT, 06513, USA - Fair Haven Heights
    At the corner of East Ferry and Quinnipiac the East Ferry street sign is down
  • State St New Haven, CT, 06510, USA - 770 Chapel Big
    The metal doors on the sidewalk on Chapel Street left side if you going to the green are rotted and have holes. Someday they may collapse when someone is walking on them.
  • 86 E Grand Ave New Haven, CT, 06513, USA - Fair Haven Heights
  • Dunkin' Donuts 500 Foxon Rd, New Haven, CT, 06513, USA - East Haven
    There is a metal post in the pathway near the telephone pole by this address which is a tripping hazard. This has been reported in the past.
  • East Rock And Evert New Haven, Connecticut - Hamden
    Street around manhole is eroding. Also manhole is eroding around the edge
  • 277 Townsend Ave New Haven, Connecticut - East Shore
    There is a round hole in the sidewalk which is a tripping hazard.
  • Potholes Archived
    Oakley And Forbes New Haven, Connecticut - Annex
    On Forbes near Oakley location of the pothole
  • Franklin And Chapel New Haven, Connecticut - Wooster Square
    In reply to your post below.
    I have reopen this because it is a safety issue. Should there ever be a serious accident just think how it is going to sound when you give the explanation below to the public.
    Why even bother having concurrent signals? Why not just remove the pedestrian signal?
    Transportation, Traffic & Parking Department - Manager of Operations, Process Improvement wrote:
    XYZ, as has been previously outlined the pedestrian signal at this intersection is a concurrent signal and is functioning properly. Pursuant to your request it has been reviewed by our signal engineering team and we have reviewed crash data at this location as part of our research. There are no additional steps the city is able to take at this time. By posting duplicate requests for the same issue and/or reopening issues that have been addressed it hinders our progress toward addressing issues which do require the city's attention. I am again closing this issue. Before reopening please consider how leaving issues like this open in perpetuity congests our back end processes and is not beneficial in our ability to triage the many requests that do require our attention. Thank you.
  • Street Lamp Archived
    Union And Chapel New Haven, Connecticut - Wooster Square
    At the above area on the right hand side going toward Wooster Street the street lamps are missing the metal plates and wires are exposed. A child may be harmed if he touches them. This was called into public safety on September 30th and today to Traffic and Parking. An inspection should done in other of city because I seen this in the past.
  • Chapel And Franklin New Haven, Connecticut - Wooster Square
    Pedestrian signal is green while the traffic light is green. If someone is turning into Franklin a pedestrian could be struck. I called this into Traffic and Parking today and in the past.
  • 500 Foxon Blvd New Haven, Connecticut - Quinnipiac
    There is a metal rod sticking out and is a tripping hazards in the walking path in front of this address by the telephone pole
  • 37 Chester New Haven, Connecticut - Annex
    Broken hanging branch, if it falls it may injury someone.
  • Hemingway And Quinnipiac Ave New Haven, Connecticut - Fair Haven Heights
    A little past Quinniipiac and Hemingway on Hemingway right hand side going toward Eastern Street overgrowth of brush going into the street
  • Signs Acknowledged
    Whitney And Huntington New Haven, Connecticut - East Rock
    Whitney Ave Street Sign is not properly secured and may fall. If it does it may hit a pedestrian or vehicle