Cambridge Traffic, Parking and Transportation Department

Problemi aperti: 64 Problemi chiusi: 3.319 Problemi presi in atto: 84
Guardando problemi creati dopo: 2011-10-19

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  • 1066 Cambridge St Cambridge 02139, United States - Wellington-Harrington
    abandoned bike locked to meter CAMB-1065. Tires completely flat, chain and frame badly rusted.
  • 795 Massachusetts Ave Cambridge, MA, 02139, USA - Mid-Cambridge

    When I attempt to pay parking ticket online through this www.cambridgema.gov I receive this message:

    Internal Server Error
    The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.
    Please contact the server administrator, you@your.address and inform them of the time the error occurred, and anything you might have done that may have caused the error.
    More information about this error may be available in the server error log.

    When I try to pay my bill via this number "617-491-7277" there is no response and the call eventually drops.

  • 29-99 Haskell St Cambridge, MA, 02140, USA - North Cambridge
    HP sign in peabody school back parking lot has come loose. It's lying on the grass median next to the field. Thanks
  • 37 Lancaster St Cambridge, MA 02140, USA - Neighborhood 9
    Two parking signs have issues at 37 Lancaster St., corner of Washington Ave. Lancaster side near driveway is loose in brick sidewalk, and can be moved side to side several feet. Washington side, sign is totally down; wonder if construction vehicle across street might have hit (did not see it come down). Thank you!
  • 134-156 Sidney St Cambridge MA, 02139, USA - Cambridgeport
    There are 3 telephone pole lights out. 2 are are on Merriam Street, adjacent to the back of 21 Erie and the parking lot for 148 Sidney. 1 is along the bike path, adjacent to 281 Albany. All of the poles are circled in red on the attached aerial.
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    UPDATE 2/8/19
    The pole light on the bike path has been fixed, but the two on Merriam Street have not. Please see the attached photo taken on 2/6.
  • 17-19 Decatur St Cambridge 02139, United States - Cambridgeport
    Expired no parking sign since last week. Please come remove it
  • Kirkland St. At Quincy St. Cambridge, Massachusetts - Mid-Cambridge
    Two meters for one spot? It seems odd that there's a meter at both the front and back of this street parking spot. The distance from one meter to the next is spacious for one vehicle, but not long enough for two, even if they were two compact cars. In the attached photo, the white sedan (not my car) has parked all the way to the front meter, and there's not enough room to fit another car behind it. If a vehicle were parked in the center, which meter would the driver be expected to pay, the one in front or the one in back?
  • 25 Lowell St Cambridge, MA, 02138, USA - West Cambridge
    Trees/bushes bordering the entrance to 25 Lowell Street parking lot need to be trimmed. They are obstructing the view of both vehicles and pedestrians.
  • 169 Putnam Ave Cambridge, MA, 02139, USA - Riverside
    A permit parking/street cleaning signpost is down and lying on the sidewalk. Looks like it was unbolted to steal a bike (no signs it was hit by a car).
  • Lee St & Mass Ave Cambridge, MA, 02139, USA - Mid-Cambridge
    Dead tree here. Loosing branches. Near 2nd meter on left side. Could be dangerous
  • 155 Gore Street Cambridge, MA - East Cambridge

    Hi Public Works Team,

    I'm a resident of East Cambridge, near the Twin City plaza. I shop for groceries at the Star Market in Twin City plaza, and I walk on the path that runs on the east side of the Simoni ice rink.

    This summer, some parts of the parking lot in Twin City plaza was repaved, and now there is a large depression at the end of the path where the path meets the parking lot. When it rains, it forms a very large and deep puddle which is difficult to traverse, especially for seniors or those with kids. I'm worried that in the winter, the puddle will also turn to ice and become a safety issue. I've pasted a map image below to show where I am talking about.

    Is this something that public works can help address? Or if not, who should I talk to about this?

    Thank you for your help!

    Sam

  • 157 6th Street Cambridge, Massachusetts - East Cambridge
    People are throwing snow in the street