NY Senate CIO's Office - SD25 PLUS

Open Issues: 343 Closed Issues: 129 Acknowledged Issues: 0
Watching issues created after: 2010-08-30

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  • 61 Delancey St New York, NY 10002, USA - Lower East Side
    Fire plug broken off on South side of Delancey Street, New York between Allen and Forsyth. It has been there at least two days ignored by whomever. It should be restored its functional location seen on the side walk in the background of this photo.
  • 206 Columbia St Brooklyn, NY 11231, USA - City Council District 39
    Bike rack needed
  • 137 Columbia St Brooklyn, NY 11231, USA - Cobble Hill
    Bike rack requested for this location
  • Central Park New York, NY - Tribeca
    Despite declarations from NYC officials from the mayor on down that Central Park's bucolic loop road would be better if it were car-free, city officials still allow drivers to use the loop as a short-cut to and from Midtown, thereby increasing car traffic in the city.
  • 82 Union St Brooklyn, NY 11231, USA - City Council District 39
  • 106 Union St Brooklyn, NY 11231, USA - City Council District 39
    Bike rack needed, store owner wants it
  • 106 Union St Brooklyn, NY 11231, USA - City Council District 39
  • East Broadway And Canal St New York NY - Lower East Side
    coming from clinton st and heading toward rutgers street, the surface quality from canal to rutgers is filled with potholes, inch deep scrapes and uneven service. routinely, cyclists move into the main lane to avoid accidents.
  • 429 Broome St New York, NY - Soho
    Cars in SOHO block the grid and HONK all Friday afternoon, $350 fine for honking posted 1 block away, PLEASE STOP them!
  • 25 Science Park New Haven, CT - Tribeca

    Waiting time too long for both the traffic lights and the cross walks.

    Cross streets are Winchester Ave & Munson St

  • 62 White Street New York, NY 10013, USA - Tribeca
    NYC Police ID on dashboard
  • 86 Chambers St New York, NY - Tribeca
    There is no standing on Chambers during rush hours and yet NYPD officers park their private cars there indefinitely everyday thus slowing down the main artery to Brooklyn Bridge making Chambers both unpleasant and crossing at church & West Broadway dangerous - yes despite those "helpful" traffic cops. Are they really allowed to park in no standing zones?