Albuquerque

Open Issues: 0 Closed Issues: 6 Acknowledged Issues: 0
Watching issues created after: 2015-12-16

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  • Pothole Archived
    9180 Coors Blvd Nw Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87120 - Taylor Ranch
    POT HOLES IN FRONT OF 9180 COORS BLVD NW AT THE INTERSECTION IN FRONT OF SPORTS AND WELLNESS
  • Alamo Rd Nw Albuquerque NM 87107, United States - Taylor Ranch
    Trash needs to be picked up Please add to a weekly pickup schedule This is an ongoing issue Adjacent to CABQ Open Space parking lot Located just north of Frontage Rd/Alamo Rd NW
  • 9160 Coors Blvd Nw Albuquerque, NM, 87120, USA - Taylor Ranch
    Shuttered gas station with 4 typical island garbage containers . The 2 on the east side were overflowing . The two on the west side empty . There is also a dumpster in the sw corner of lot . Using black garbage bags , I removed about 2/3 of the garbage and placed into dumpster .
    Rat lives in ne garbage container \ open hole in nw area near building
    ( VP Racing Fuels on Coors \ south of Paseo )
  • Pothole Archived
    9180 Coors Blvd Nw Albuquerque, NM, 87120, USA - Taylor Ranch
    Multiple pot holes at the drive way from Coors NW and the intersection with the frontage road behind the closed down convenience store.
  • Other Archived
    9222-9232 Coors Boulevard Northwest Albuquerque, New Mexico - Taylor Ranch
    Traffic was reduced to one lane here for a single pothole causing traffic to back up for miles on Paseo at Rush Hour. Totally unacceptable. It took me 2 hours to get home from work. The traffic is already horrible in the Cottonwood area. The current construction situation is making it worse. It's not necessary to take the entire road down to one lane of traffic to fix a pothole and to leave it there for twelve hours when there's no work being done. This needs to be fixed and monitored. Whoever is planning road construction-could you possibly do it at night and pick up the pylons before rush hour? Think about a better plan to make people's lives easier not more difficult. Thank you.
  • 9160 Coors Boulevard Northwest Albuquerque, New Mexico - Taylor Ranch
    The pedestrian crosswalk between Coors Blvd NW and the SW Polytechnic Institute Road (by the gas station) is incredibly dangerous. The cars coming from SIPI and turning right onto Coors Blvd simply do NOT yield to pedestrians who are crossing Coors when the 'walk' sign is illuminated. I nearly got hit 3 times now: when I get the 'walk' sign and proceed to cross Coors Blvd, the cars coming from behind me (from SIPI) and are turning right onto Coors are simply either not seeing me or don't care. I am wearing long sleeved reflective yellow construction vest WITH blinking green LED for maximum visibility, but cars don't care. I am now walking down to the next intersection at Eagle Ranch and Coors Blvd, but even there, cars are NOT yielding to pedestrians. One of these days I will be killed simply because I chose to follow the law/rules and cross the crosswalk when I receive the 'walk' signal. Can anything be done about this ?