As of 12/3/15, now that 2 lanes are available again to go from the Harvard Business School over Storrow/Soldiers Field and onto the Anderson Memorial Bridge, the multiple signs along the road that say "Right lane must turn right" are conflicting with the arrows painted on the road that indicate that the right lane may either turn right OR go straight. Someone seeing the signs will get into the left lane to go straight over the bridge, then get stuck behind left-turning cars while the right lane passes them and goes straight over the bridge. Conflicting signs increase the chance of an accident. The signs along the right side of the road that say "Right lane must turn right" should be covered up or removed (it is better for the left lane to be for left turns and the right lane to have the option to go straight).
Vehicles in the left turn lane on Brighton Ave ignore their left turn only signs and cut-off vehicles in the right lane that are heading straight onto North Beacon Street. Motorists us the left turn lane(s) to cut-off the traffic in the right lane.
I don't drive in the city very often, but I take the T at this stop every day, and there are two potholes alongside the stop that fill up with water whenever there's precipitation. Guess what happens whenever someone drives over them... I don't like going to work covered in muddy water.
There has been at least one FATALITY at this intersection. Another post shows that 18 people want this fixed already, and that's just the people using this website. People making a left turn from the Northern part of Harvard Ave onto Cambridge street act like they have a protected left turn when they don't. Do you need another death to put up some clear notification preventing people from doing this, and stepping up enforcement?
This curb cut is already on a hill, which makes it even more too steep than it would have been. I can't get up it in my wheelchair. Ordinarily I go up steep slopes at an angle, but it's too narrow and cracked, so I walk in the road across the bridge, but I'd rather not.