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Northwest Raleigh - 540 to 98

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  • 8202-8208 Ebenezer Church Road Raleigh, NC - Northwest
    crumbling surface, growing hole right in turning zone. rips tire apart cause you hit it while turning, tire sidewall strikes edge
  • 8120 Ebenezer Church Road Raleigh, NC 27612, USA - Northwest
    Light for traffic going from car max side to other side of ebenezer needs adjusted. Taking 2-3 cycles for traffic to get across Glenwood. More businesses on ebenezer = more traffic.
  • Dead deer Archived
    West Bound 70 Just Before Left Turn Into Umstead State Park Raleigh, NC - Northwest
    Dead deer on side of west bound 70 just before left turn lane unto Umstead State Park.
  • 8702-8796 Falls Of Neuse Road Raleigh, NC 27615, USA - Raleigh Council District A
    The paved trail on the side of Falls is almost covered with growth
  • Glenwood Avenue Raleigh, NC 27617, USA - Northwest
    Gravel in turning lane
  • 9800 Leesville Rd Raleigh, NC 27613, USA - Northwest
    Left turn from strickland to leesville only lets 5 cars through the light before it turns red. It seems like the sensor is not working. Even if there is no traffic on Leesville(correction), the light still doesn't change. If there is a slow moving truck at the front of the line, you may only get two vehicles through before it turns red.
  • Wild Wood Forest Dr Raleigh, NC - Raleigh Council District B
    The brush along Wild Wood Forest is so overgrown and the stop sign for Wadford Drive is set so far back that people turning off of Wadford Drive cannot see vehicles coming from the left. The brush needs to be taken back 6-10 feet from the road to be able to see.
  • Forum Dr Raleigh, NC 27615, USA - Raleigh Council District A
    Left turn signals are needed turning onto Six Forks from Forum Drive. The most important is turning left from Forum Drive onto Six Forks heading north. This is due to traffic from Forum Office Park and the new Whole Foods and Six Forks Station shopping center.
  • I-540 Raleigh, NC - Wake County

    I-540 needs lane reflectors since there are no streetlights and it is difficult to see the lines at night, especially during heavy rain.

    For example, as I was merging onto 540 East from Creedmoor Rd tonight, I could not easily tell when I was in the right-most lane due to the lack of reflectors. The wind and rain made it especially difficult to see the lines, so I had to merge over very slowly and try to orient my car with the car in front of me.

    This is a safety hazard, and although traffic was moving slower due to the rain, I noticed some cars drifting into neighboring lanes. It is especially hard to tell exactly where your lane is when the road curves.

    Lane reflectors could easily fix this problem and make 540 safer for everyone at night and in heavy rains.

  • Street Light Archived
    10551-10563 Evergreen Spring Place Raleigh, NC 27614, USA - North
    Possible problem with the light sensor. This light turns off and on all night.
  • 2616 Kinlawton Place Raleigh, North Carolina - North
    Nearly every week, following waste collection, liquid waste from the garbage trucks spills out all over our cul de sac, as well as all over the neighborhood. Children are playing in the cul de sac daily. Rainwater does not wash it away. And it's just gross. Please bring street cleaner to remedy the problem. And please figure out how to prevent this from happening in the future.
  • 8801 Glenwood Avenue Raleigh, NC 27617, USA - Northwest
    Nearly every Sunday, what seems to be a motorcycle club gathers at Zydeco in City Market in Downtown Raleigh. There must be 50-75 members and they create unnecessary noise by revving up their engines for no reason other than to call attention to themselves. They are racing down Blount Street at excessive speeds, doing wheelies and ruining resident's and visitors' rights of quiet enjoyment of our area. Walking dogs, enjoying the city, eating outside - all of these things are totally impossible now. Please, City of Raleigh and/or the Raleigh Police Department, help us rid these people from our residential neighborhood. Thank you!