Boston Mayor's Office

Open Issues: 6 Closed Issues: 7.083 Αναγνωρισμένα Θέματα: 1.651
Watching issues created after: 2009-10-04

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  • Other City Request Acknowledged
    47 Knoll St Boston, Massachusetts - Roslindale
    Electrical wire sheathing broken and laying on the sidewalk.
  • Other Acknowledged
    230-240 M Street Boston, MA 02127, USA - South Boston
    Crosswalk is not observed. No one EVER stops and it takes forever to cross
  • 105 School Street Boston, Massachusetts - Roxbury
    Lack of police awareness on our part of the street. Consistent yelling during daytime and extremely music until 2-3AM at times. There can also be an excessive amount of trash, broken bottles, etc.
  • Harvard Brg Boston, MA - Back Bay

    When heading south on the Mass Ave bridge on a bicycle, and using the bicycle lane, there is no way to get to the bike path along the river.

    The solution here would be to build a ramp on this side of the bridge down to the river.

    This would be safer for bikers, and prevent the temptation to ride on the opposite sidewalf (unsafe for pedestrians) in order to use that ramp.

  • 21 Congress St Boston, MA 02109 - Downtown
    Massive Hole in Street hasn't been fixed in 3 years..
  • This stretch on comm. ave b/w harvard and washington streets is a mess.
  • 29-57 Utica St Boston, MA 02111, USA - Central
    Utica Street appears to be sinking/collapsing creating stagnant noxious water pooling and unsafe sidewalk conditions.
  • 50 B Street Boston, Massachusetts - South Boston

    The dumpster at the public housing at 71 B Street often has trash blowing out of it and when it gets emptied by the trash trucks, the contents of the dumpster get thrown to the street and blown around. Most of that trash ends up in the front area of 50 B Street, including in the street under the curb and in the sewer drains. It also ends up blowing all the way down Gold Street to the dead end.

    We've been putting up with this trash issue for years now and it's not getting any better.

    Here's an album of images of the dumpster, street, trash, and a diagram of the flow of trash:
    https://goo.gl/photos/mnzE41wUVY7Rjyt79

  • (pothole) Archived
    629 Main St Boston, MA 02129, USA - Charlestown
    many , many potholes in front of Home Depot, connecting road to 93 north- it is terrible - it is not cared for at all, damaged my wheel
    this part of road is not being serviced for years, will someone follow up on this part of road- high traffic area start @ Schrafts all the way to 93 entrance
  • 7-11 Sheridan St Boston, MA 02130, USA - Mission Hill
    Sheridan Street has been littered with graffiti tags that say "meow" and "cat-hill" up and down the street over the past few months. From mailboxes, to the retaining wall at 7 Sheridan to the side wall of "slice o Pie" pizza, stop signs and a for sale sign on the corner of Sheridan and Chestnut.
  • 10 Alford Street Boston, Massachusetts - Charlestown

    The signs posted with respect to the bicycle lane at this intersection are confusing. Bikes coming south on 99 have a stop sign. Motorists coming around Sullivan Square roundabout have an unusual sign with a Yield symbol and a path over the bike lane. It's not clear what behavior is expected of both bikers and motorists with this sign combination. Should cyclists come to a stop and then proceed with the expectation that motorists will yield? Are cyclists expected to stop and yield to cars, with the unusual sign just asking motorists to be aware of cyclists who might not have seen them? Something else?

    Please clarify the expected action and communicate it more clearly to all road users, either through additional or more clear signs.