james mcneill

Open Issues: 0 Closed Issues: 4 Acknowledged Issues: 5
Watching issues created after: 2021-10-20

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  • 2-38 Ocean Ave Portland, ME, 04103, USA - Portland
    Issue is with the traffic lights at Ocean Ave and Forest Ave. The light on Forest at the old Rite Aid lets too many cars through. Since we now have only one lane to continue on Forest Ave, cars coming from Ocean Ave cannot merge to Forest without blocking the intersection. Folks on Vannah don't stand a chance to turn left since cars block their access. This was Tues at 9am. I've seen it happen during weekdays at 8am too.
  • Traffic Engineering Acknowledged
    389 Forest Ave Portland, ME, 04101, USA - Portland
    The lane indicators on Preble Street (as it crosses Forest Avenue) have worn off and need to be repainted — and/or, we need a sign indicating which lane to be in if you're going straight through to Falmouth. Saw a near-accident there when cars in both the right and left lane tried to go straight at the light.
  • Pothole Archived
    895 Brighton Ave Portland, ME, 04102, USA - Portland
    Potholes left in the road on 10/20/2021 are unacceptable. Heading in the direction from Portland to Westbrook, there are huge potholes in both lanes that you can’t see because there are no street lights. The construction here has been unbelievable and the roads are in horrible condition. Can the current potholes be fixed immediately and can someone from the city contact the construction company?
  • Street Signs Acknowledged
    865 Brighton Ave Portland, ME, 04102, USA - Portland
    Road work sign half in the road. It’s m blocking the lane and looks like a car hit it
  • Repair Street Light Acknowledged
    17 Freeman St Portland, ME, 04103, USA - Portland
    Street light on Freeman St broken. Pole 2/J2? not sure. it’s the one in front of 17 freeman st building.
    Please fix soon! thank you.
  • 59 Baxter Blvd Portland, ME 04101, USA - Portland
    if Baxter boulevard is going to be closed then right turn lane should also be closed to prevent last minute lane changes at the light.
  • Traffic Engineering Acknowledged
    Deerfield Rd Portland, ME, 04101, USA - Portland


    I live on Deerfield Road. Ever since the traffic patterns on Prebble Street near Baxter Boulevard have been changed to eliminate a lane in order to add a bike lane, drivers have no idea where to be in this area. Turning right onto Grasmere Road from Prebble leading to Deerfield Road has become very dangerous all of a sudden and I have had many near misses as people race to get to the right hand lane to turn onto Rt 302. Without any signage or painting of the bike lane, this has become a hazard.

  • Traffic Engineering Acknowledged
    Riverside St Portland, ME, 04103, USA - Portland
    Unsafe intersection design . Driving from Riverside , then at left turn onto Brighton there are 2 lanes. However, because the median strip on Brighton sticks to far into intersection, it is nearly impossible to make the left lane of the two Lanes, onto Brighton without encroaching into right lane during the turn ! Currently, it is nearly a 90 degree turn of both Lanes to turn onto Brighton Ave from Riverside. The median strip must be shortened to allow a safe left turn, and avoid collisions. I have no idea how a tractor trailer truck could possibly make the turn without utilizing both Lanes...I suspect they avoid at all cost? Please reduce the length of the median strip at this intersection
  • 185 Ashmont St Portland, ME, 04103, USA - Portland
    This bike has been chained to a tree on the hellstrip between 175 and 185 Ashmont St for about a week.