There is a utility pole near the southwest corner of Hillcrest and Churchill Way. The pole has a guy wire attached with a anchor spike at the end, but the anchor is not in the ground. It is hanging loose. Someone has wound the wire around the base of the pole so that it does not interfere with the sidewalk, but either the guy wire should be reattached to the ground to secure the pole, or the wire should be removed.
The traffic lights have been moved due to construction.
The timing of the lights are causing traffice to back up on Samuel. There is more traffic on Samuel than Tenison, yet the light cycles about the same time for both Tenison and Samuel.The lanes have been reduced to one in each direction on Samuel, so only 3 to 4 cars can pass through the green before they change red.
This causes traffic to back up on Samuel while waiting for little to no traffice on Tenison.
3701-3799 Concho St Dallas, TX 75206, USA - m Streets
The intersection of Kenwood and Concho is a 4-way stop. The stop sign on the north side is missing and needs to be replaced. This is a heavy traffic intersection due to nearby Stonewall Jackson Elementary School.
There is deep pothole that is in front of Pho Crimson restaurant. I saw crews filling potholes in the same intersection and told them about the other pothole. They said they would fill it but did not. This pothole is deep and holds water. It will only get worse. It is damaging car suspensions daily. Please repair this. Thank you.
Lines from the easement between city property and 5200 Rieger Ave. Rubs on cars and truck tops when they park, also they constantly droop low enough to catch resident in the dark walking into apartments.
5615 Ellsworth Ave Dallas, TX 75206, USA - m Streets
There are potholes all along the 5500 and 5600 blocks of Ellsworth and they continue to get worse with increased residential and construction traffic. The ashpalt needs to be overlayed or, at a minimum, resealed. Similar work was recently done on surrounding streets (i.e. Martel, Worcola, Greenville) but Ellsworth has not been corrected.
There is no advance signage on southbound Skillman to tell traffic looking for Audelia's left split where to turn. There is a green sign north of 635 for the Skillman/Audelia split in advance there, just not south of 635. Also the approaches to Skillman from both ramps of 635 do not include any reference to Audelia, even though the exit signage from 635 mentions both streets are accessible at the exit.