Going westbound at this intersection of N. Arsenal Street, the traffic light has four signals, the 4th being a green arrow (to turn left onto Soldiers Field Road). The green arrow light has been out for months (possibly a year!). It's very dangerous taking a left turn here because the oncoming traffic on N. Arsenal has a delayed light while you are allowed to make a turn (the green arrow should be lit for a few seconds before their light turns green on the other side of the road.)
175 North Harvard Street Building 175 N Harvard St, Boston, MA 02134, USA - Allston-Brighton
The North Harvard St bike lane is a constant parking lot of TNC and delivery drivers, especially during peak traffic hours. This area is extremely unsafe for anyone using the bike lanes, in the past couple minutes I've counted five cars stopped in the lane, including one driver who, when asked to move to an open parking spot nearby, argued that they were an Uber driver so it was OK to stop right in front of a "no stopping anytime" sign. Put up flexposts. Curb seperate the lane. Do something. One person on a bike narrowly missed being struck from behind while trying to pass by a car that had just turned the corner and was accelerating sharply before they saw the bike.
Be careful taking a left from Soldier's Field onto Western as it can be hard to spot. It's slightly more visible if you're coming from Cambridge on Western crossing the bridge. This has been here for months.
Going westbound on Soldiers Field Road, this canyon is on the left-hand most side. I was behind a Suburu wagon when he hit it. His hub cap shot straight up into the air and narrowly missed our car. Careful with this one.