LBPC

Open Issues: 7 Closed Issues: 2 Acknowledged Issues: 0
Watching issues created after: 2012-01-04

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  • Ne Corner N. Pine & E. Watson Avenue Langhorne, PA - Langhorne
    Over the last 3-5 years, the owners of a single family residence have allowed the sale of used cars & trucks to be parked in their front yard. Gives a poor image of this town.
  • S Pine St & Flowers Ave Langhorne, PA - Langhorne
    The pedestrian crossing at S Pine Street and Flowers Ave is striped but due to vehicle speeds and lack of a crossing light traversing this intersection is often dangerous for walkers, joggers, elderly residents and people in wheelchairs. This important intersection connects to the elementary school, library, a church, Woods Services and several residences and could benefit from traffic calming measures and lower vehicle speeds. At 20 mph a pedestrian has a 95% percent chance of surviving; at 40 mph a pedestrian has only a 10% chance of survival (Reference the ITE Residential Streets standards.)
  • N Pine St & E Maple Ave Langhorne, PA - Langhorne
    Gas station at corner has been abandoned for several years at a key intersection in town. This site could be a potential asset if developed with sensitivity to walkability and the small town character of Langhorne.
  • 132 East Marshall Avenue Langhorne, PA - Langhorne
    Unsafe buidling and lot
  • Wells Ave Langhorne, PA - Langhorne
    House is in poor condition. Front, side and rear yards are crowded with rusty machinery, debris and sections of old phone poles.
  • 157 N Bellevue Ave Langhorne, PA - Langhorne
    Abandoned photography studio building is dilapidated and potentially unsafe.
  • 118 South Bellevue Avenue Langhorne, Pennsylvania - Langhorne
    The road surface is falling apart and causing numerous potholes.
  • 201 293 Flowers Ave Langhorne, PA - Langhorne
    there is a major crater in the road which is impossible to get around because it runs the length of the street. i drive a motorcycle and one day it's going to cause me to tip the bike trying to turn onto the street. IT IS A HAZZARD!! the borough has been contacted many times and still nothing has been done about this.
  • 413 And Maple St Langhorne, Pennsylvania - Langhorne
    Does anyone else think that the traffic signal timing should be changed for the intersection at 413 (Pine St) and Maple Ave in Langhorne? The light seems too long for the amount of Maple Ave vehicles and not long enough for 413 vehicles, considering what a major throughway 413 is. I see traffic backing up from this intersection almost to Wood Services on a daily basis (I am lucky enough to be going the other direction and avoid having to be caught in these messes). I get that traffic is traffic - on these roads, someone's going to have to wait in line somewhere at rush hour. But it seems that the extent of the queue waiting to go through this intersection each day should necessitate some sort of traffic signal timing change in favor of the 413 commuters.