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Watching issues created after: 2016-09-01

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  • Metro Center Boulevard Foster City, California - Foster City
    The right turn lane on Triton Dr going onto Foster City Blvd needs to be clarified as a RIGHT TURN ONLY lane. Many drivers do not realize this and go straight. Not only is this an inconvenience for drivers wanting to make a right turn on a red light, but it is also a safety concern as the adjacent lane also has the ability to make a right turn. I witnessed a car in the right lane going straight while another car in the adjacent lane turned right which almost caused an accident. I believe painting another right turn sign on the street closer to the McDonalds entrance/exit would greatly remedy this.
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    1040 E Hillsdale Blvd Foster City 94404, United States - Foster City
    The new bike lane has a huge arrow in the far right lane pointing toward the middle lane to indicate the right lane is only for right turns. On two occasions while in the middle lane, I have almost been hit by cars following the arrow without slowing or signaling a lane change. Some seem to think that following the arrow requires no signal or looking to check for cars in the middle lane. It is a hazard.
  • 759 Neptune Ln Foster City 94404, United States - Foster City
    Since the implementation of the no left turns at Edgewater Blvd from eastbound Hillsdale Ave, the amount of cut through traffic has significantly increased on eastbound Altair Ave. This is from both residents turning right onto Edgewater and non-residents turning left onto Edgewater. The problem is that the speed at which said cars are coming down the street is excessive and most cars are not stopping or barely slowing down at the Stop signs at Polaris and, especially, at Rigel Ln/Leo Dr. It has become very hazardous for local residents around this area from 4-7 on the weekdays. My neighbors and I have all nearly been struck coming and going from our lanes. I would really like to see an increased police presence to cite and deter this reckless behavior. Thank you.
  • 909 E Hillsdale Blvd San Mateo, CA, 94404, USA - Foster City
    I was in the left hand turn lane, to turn left at the light at Edgewater and Hillsdale for 4 light cycles. It kept skipping our turn. This happened numerous times and needs to be fixed.
  • 20 Coral Ln Foster City, CA, 94404, USA - Marina Lagoon
    Located along rec path on part that fronts Marina Lagoon near the boom where near Coral Lane. It is on the inside of fence toward homes. It has been leaking constantly for weeks.
  • Beach Park Blvd & Edgewater Blvd San Mateo, CA, 94404, USA - Foster City

    I had posted this issue earlier, but it was closed by the city:

    "Can you please look into changing the timing of the traffic light on the corner of Edgewater and Beach Park? With the construction and only one northbound lane on Edgewater, northbound traffic at this light is starting to get really bad (especially during the morning commute hours). It seems that the northbound Edgewater green light only stays green for a limited amount of time even though there are still cars in line headed north. This causes northbound cars to have to wait at this light for multiple cycles. Due to the construction, traffic would be greatly improved if this northbound light could stay green longer. I don't think the Beach Park cross traffic would suffer that much since there are not nearly as many cars going in this direction. Thank you!"

    This problem still exists and is worse since school started. The line of cars headed north stuck at this light is often 20-25 cars deep (reaching past the Citibank). The northbound green light only lasts long enough for about 8-10 cars to pass due to the fact that there is only one northbound lane. Please, please - is there any way that northbound green can stay green for longer? If not, can you explain why? The traffic in other directions is never more than 3 or 4 cars deep. Thank you.

  • 3401-3469 E 3rd Ave San Mateo, CA, 94404, USA - Foster City
    The left turn lane sensor from 3rd onto Foster City Blvd does not work well. I often have to sit through multiple cycles, then drive through the red light. The problem seems to be worse at night or when traffic is lower volume.
  • Edgewater Blvd & Metro Center Blvd San Mateo, CA, 94404, USA - Foster City

    Hello, I work at the Visa office. There's a dangerous left turn on my daily commute - coming South down Edgewater Blvd, turning left onto Metro Center blvd. There's 2 lanes turning left, and it needs lanes painted during the turn. I've almost had people run into me because they take too sharp of a cut. I've also been run into the curb and blew out a rear tire, because I avoid people turning too sharp.

    Recommend to paint turning lane lines to help people keep a safe turning radius.

  • Altair Ave & Edgewater Blvd San Mateo, CA, 94404, USA - Foster City
    Since the no left turn rule, I have repeatedly seen cars blocking lanes and sitting in the median area waiting for traffic to pass. Both of these things have caused huge hazards. I have almost been in accidents multiple times, because I have to suddenly change lanes to avoid hitting these cars or come to a complete stop. I have never seen a police presence here, and it is badly needed.
  • Alma Ln & Foster Square Ln San Mateo, CA, 94404, USA - Foster City
    Intersection of E. Hillsdale and Foster City Blvd.: Street lights going any direction at this intersection require some calibration during non-commute hours and weekends. It doesn’t matter what direction you are trying to go at this intersection, if you’ve got a red light and no other cars in any of the other directions as far as the eye can see. Have sat for more than 5 minutes waiting for the timed signal to give me a green light. Often see frustrated drivers sitting at a red light break down and go through the red light. This also happens at the intersection of Foster City Blvd. and Chess: same problem non-commute hours regardless of what direction you are going at this intersection, I am often the only vehicle at the intersection sitting at a red light and no other cars waiting at any of the other signals, waiting often more than 5 minutes. Need sensors so signals can detect that there is a vehicle there. I see this set up effectively at the intersection of Foster City Blvd. and Balclutha Drive: sensors pick up on left turn lane off Foster City Blvd on to Bslclutha. There is effective pedestrian crossing here as well. There is never a single car waiting at a red light waiting for signals run time for lights to change. For Foster City residents who on a daily basis struggle with commute traffic to get home, there should be consideration for non-commute and weekends to get some relief from sitting at red lights for extended periods of time.
  • Edgewater Blvd San Mateo, CA, 94404, USA - Foster City
    During construction the far right lane of northbound Edgewater Blvd is a no parking zone to allow for northbound traffic from 7:00 - 5:00 on weekdays. I travel that stretch daily around 7:30 am. Inevitably there is at least one car still parked on that stretch at least 2-3 times a week. I realize FCPD is ticketing these cars but having these cars parked in the no parking zone is EXTREMELY DANGEROUS as there is traffic in these lanes going 35 - 40 mph. When they come upon a parked car in the middle of their lane, it's a serious accident waiting to happen.
    Simply ticketing the cars does not seem to be helping. Is there any way there can be tow trucks ready to go at 7:00 AM to tow these illegally parked cars? Perhaps that would solve the problem better than just ticketing.
  • Beach Park Blvd & Edgewater Blvd San Mateo, CA, 94404, USA - Foster City
    Can you please look into changing the timing of the traffic light on the corner of Edgewater and Beach Park? With the construction and only one northbound lane on Edgewater, northbound traffic at this light is starting to get really bad (especially during the morning commute hours). It seems that the northbound Edgewater green light only stays green for a limited amount of time even though there are still cars in line headed north. This causes northbound cars to have to wait at this light for multiple cycles. Due to the construction, traffic would be greatly improved if this northbound light could stay green longer. I don't think the Beach Park cross traffic would suffer that much since there are not nearly as many cars going in this direction. Thank you!