John Livingston

Questões Abertas: 93 Questões Encerradas: 2.086 Questões Reconhecidas: 178
A ver questões criadas após: 2012-03-19

Notificado Sobre

  • Sidewalks Archived
    2522 Hillsborough St Raleigh, North Carolina - Wade
    The manager at Reverie is taking away the orange cones which block the "bus lane" where pedestrians are walking so people can park in front of his business. The Parking meter was covered and the entire Lane was coned off so the plethora of pedestrians could walk. This is dangerous hat he is moving these cones so people ca. Still park where people should be able to safely walk while building construction is happening.
  • 858-898 Dixie Trail Raleigh, NC 27607, USA - Wade
    When the bus tries to turn right onto Dixie from wade, their turn radius is too big and they cannot make it. Cars then have to back up which creates chaos as wade ave is blocked and Dixie is blocked until it all gets worked out.
  • 2600 Hillsborough Street Raleigh, NC 27607, USA - Wade
    Today I fell from uneven pavement in front of the construction at the 2600 block of hillsborough st. I had to go to the emergency room and get two stitches on my face from injuries from the fall. Please ensure this unsafe condition is remedied.
  • 1912 Hillsborough Street Raleigh, NC 27607, USA - Wade
    NCSU Grounds Crew starts at 6am next to residential area with leaf blowers and lawn mowers. Residential noise ordinance requires them to wait until 7am.
  • Traffic Sign Archived
    Aloft Raleigh 2100 Hillsborough Street, Raleigh, NC 27607, United States of America - Wade
    People are parking for free all day in front of Aloft. Same cars there at 8am that are there at 5pm. Why no enforcement?
  • 2501-2599 Hillsborough Street Raleigh, North Carolina - Wade

    Is this legal? This van is back today. Yesterday, they parked on Hillsborough St in the timed parking zone, set up shop on the sidewalk with chairs, umbrellas, carts, had balloons blowing out into the traffic lane.

    (Corner of Horne & Hillsborough on NC State side)

  • Filthy Mess Archived
    2714 Clark Avenue Raleigh, NC 27607, USA - Wade
    What a nice departing gift from the tenants at 2718 Clark Ave. Awful nice of them to cover the front porch in trash and leave the water outlet running. Fortunately a neighbor turned the water off. But what a lovely view we have of their filth.
  • 2504 Hillsborough St Raleigh, NC 27607, USA - Wade
    Councilor Crowder's office has been made aware of this months ago. Is it going to take someone getting mugged, raped or worse to fix the street lights along this stretch of street which is busy with pedestrians. Months. Months. And nothing has been done.
  • 3201 Clark Avenue Raleigh, North Carolina - Wade
    This intersection needs a four-way stop sign because it is unsafe for humans not in cars (pedestrians and bicyclists). Cars speed around this corner and come close to hitting people all the time. Plus, this is near a church, a school, and a Boy Scouts meeting place, as well as a quiet residential place where people are often walking around. A four-way stop sign would force cars to slow down and recognize that they are putting people's lives, especially children who play and live around here, when they fly by.
  • 2601 Glenwood Avenue Raleigh, NC 27608, USA - Wade

    I try to walk home from downtown to my home near Glenwood and Pasquotank three days a week and take the bus to work. I have to have my husband pick me up at the Harris Teeter because there are no sidewalks on Glenwood. Any plans to add sidewalks on Glenwood from women's Club Drive to Oberlin so neighbors can walk to the Harris Teeter and other shops and restaurants in Glenwood Village? Any plans for covered bus stops?

    Thank you !

  • 2512 Hillsborough Street Raleigh, North Carolina - Wade
    This block is very dark and dangerous. The street lights in front of Target have been out for moths.
  • 1401-1499 Banbury Road Raleigh, NC - Wade
    Spring Fever is in the air. Along with the pollen, we have more off-road activity on the greenway. This is such a regular occurrence, shouldn't there be a solution that doesn't involve repairing and re-seeding so often? Or, should the City just give up on fixing these areas and let the vandals take over? Unless the residents in these areas can get tag numbers and descriptions, there's very little chance of catching the culprits.