RBR

Rank: City Fixer Civic Points: 4,010
  • Walnut Creek Trail Raleigh, North Carolina - Southwest
    Shortly after the new lights were installed in the greenway tunnel under Hammond Road (thank you!), graffiti appeared on the tunnel walls.
  • Walnut Creek Trail Raleigh, North Carolina - Southwest
    The storm on Monday night filled up the greenway tunnel under Lake Wheeler Road with mud. It's bad. Please get this cleaned up.
  • Walnut Creek Trail Raleigh, North Carolina - Blount Corridor
    The floor of the tunnel is completely filled with mud. Please attend to this.
  • Walnut Creek Trail Raleigh, North Carolina - Southwest
    This post is to report a possible violation of public right of way and/or actions that constitute a public nuisance. Ace Towing and Recovery has laid down tons of gravel beyond their fence line and has now parked at least 11 salvage vehicles on the deposited gravel. The salvage yard was ugly to begin with, but least it was contained behind a fence. Please attend to this and take the appropriate legal action.
  • Walnut Creek Trail Raleigh North Carolina - Southwest
    Fill dropped off at the location of the marker. If it is placed anywhere in the watershed above western entrance to the Hammond Road Tunnel on the Walnut Creek Trail, it will wash into the tunnel during rainfall.
  • Walnut Creek Trail Raleigh, North Carolina - Southwest
    The rains on January 2nd left a lot of sand and mud in the tunnel under Lake Wheeler Road. Water dripping from the tunnel ceiling makes the wet spots especially hazardous for cyclists. Please clean this out.
  • Walnut Creek Trail Raleigh, North Carolina - Blount Corridor
    The tunnel has mostly dried out and left behind crusty sand and dried clay. Please clean it out before rains come and make the tunnel a complete mess again.
  • Walnut Creek Trail Raleigh, North Carolina - South Central
    Someone has spray painted obscenities and images that span the entire width of the trail.
  • Walnut Creek Trail Raleigh, North Carolina - Blount Corridor
    The heavy rains on January 2nd deposited mud and sand in the Hammond Road tunnel. I was hoping that somehow this would get cleaned up without having to report it, but since it's been more than two weeks, attention is now overdue. The deposit covers enough of the tunnel floor that it's caused my tires to slip a few times. Please clean it up.
  • Vandalism Repair Acknowledged
    Walnut Creek Trail Raleigh, North Carolina - Blount Corridor
    The lights have been out in the tunnel ever since the hurricane on Oct. 8. The electrical junction box at the western entry appears to have been tampered with. Please do the necessary repairs so that users can see in the tunnel again!
  • Walnut Creek Trail Raleigh, North Carolina - Southwest
    The flooding due to Hurricane Matthew tore off a large section of trail asphalt on Oct. 8, which was 3 weeks and 4 days ago. I did notice that compacted gravel has been placed to reduce the initial uneven surface left behind after the flood subsided, but the trail is still bare gravel. Give us cyclists a break and fix this already, please!
  • Walnut Creek Trail Raleigh, North Carolina - Southwest
    Flooding ripped off the asphalt at the spot indicated by the marker. That was three weeks and four days ago. Why has this spot not been repaved? This became a problem area back in July when heavy rains destabilized the trail bed and caused the asphalt to sag, making the trail extremely rough. Nothing was done between then and the hurricane, and now this section of trail is bare gravel. Stop ignoring this and fix it, please.
  • Walnut Creek Trail Raleigh, North Carolina - Southwest
    Wow, when were the Outer Banks relocated to the Walnut Creek Trail? There are so many sand dunes on the greenway between S. Saunders St. and Fayetteville St. that I feel like I'm at the beach. Please attend to this!
  • Walnut Creek Trail Raleigh, North Carolina - Blount Corridor
    Usually I attach a picture of the tunnel filled with mud and water, but I've done that so many times that by now I expect you're simply able to imagine it. The tunnel is filthy again and needs cleaning, so bring in the sweepers and pressure washers!
  • Vandalism Repair Acknowledged
    Walnut Creek Trail Raleigh North Carolina - Southwest
    The bollard on the east side of the bridge was run over by someone illegally using a motor vehicle on the greenway.
  • Walnut Creek Trail Raleigh, North Carolina - Southwest
    The tunnel on the greenway under S Saunders St filled with debris during the heavy rains on Monday. Please attend to this.
  • Walnut Creek Trail Raleigh, North Carolina - South Central
    The tunnel under S State Street filled with sand & mud during the heavy rains on Monday. Please have a crew clean it up.
  • Walnut Creek Trail Raleigh North Carolina - Blount Corridor
    The tunnel under Hammond Road on the greenway is filled with mud (again) after the heavy rains on Monday evening. Please have a crew clean it up.
  • Vandalism Repair Acknowledged
    Walnut Creek Trail Raleigh, North Carolina - Southwest
    Some moron drove in from Wilmington and left a pile of large garbage items. There needs to be increased police patrols between the entrance to the greenway on Wilmington along all of Water Works St, as illegal dumping is becoming a habit for some people in the area.
  • Walnut Creek Trail Raleigh, North Carolina - Southwest
    The lockable bollard has been broken off at the base and one of the locks has been destroyed. I recommend that the amount of welded steel securing the bollard at the base be doubled. The broken bollard allowed some moron with a truck to get in and dump about a quarter ton of garbage on the side of the trail, which is the subject of my next post. Stay tuned.