• 4100-4176 Fairfax Drive Arlington, Virginia - Ballston-Virginia Square
    There are curbs with dirt and little trees growing where the turning lane should be. Cars stop (with or without using their turn signal) in the left lane and back up traffic when making left turns. This causes drivers to switch the right lane by cutting in front of moving traffic. Sometimes they block the lane short of the intersection for no reason when they could easily fit between the planters in line with where the turning lane should be.
  • 1868-1898 North Scott Street Arlington, Virginia - North Highland
    This light needs a left turn arrow. People coming down 21st play chicken with cars turning left onto the 66 on-ramp. During morning rush hour, cars back up and are regularly stuck on the overpass for 3-4 cycles of the light until an assertive driver makes it to the front of the queue.
  • 1900 Clarendon Arlington, Virginia - Radnor-Ft Myer Heights
    Cars crest the hill at a high rate of speed, and in a blind situation. The crosswalk is located immediately past the blind spot. It should be moved 50m East to the park/ across from 1900 Clarendon to give drivers ample time to see pedestrians. This has lead to multiple accidents over the summer resulting in 1) broken curb 2) downed sapling/tree only because the drivers went off the road. Eventually someone will get hit.
  • 2038-2048 Wilson Blvd Arlington, VA 22201, USA - Colonial Village
    The ever present panhandlers loitering the Courthouse Metro stop have become increasingly more aggressive lately. They seem to be younger too. Today I watched a man pursue an elderly woman in a deliberately threatening manner while panhandling. Clearly she was victimized for her demographic, as another person engaged in a similar manner may have been justified to react physically. This needs to be cleaned up ASAP.
  • 1505 Quinn Street Arlington, VA - Radnor-Ft Myer Heights
    The tree adjacent to Rahill Apartments is overgrown and contacting the roof and chimney. This is already a fire hazard and will become a worse collision hazard with the approaching hurricane season. A tree branch fell today on 16th street contacting a power line and hitting a car. The trees in this area are in need of maintenance and trimming where they contact power lines and rooftops.