University of California Physical Plant - Campus Services

Open Issues: 3 Closed Issues: 174 Acknowledged Issues: 44
Watching issues created after: 2012-06-30

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  • Graffiti Acknowledged
    2134 Oxford St Berkeley 94704, United States - Berkeley
    A graffiti sticker that is on a blue US Postal Service mailbox is at the intersection of the Oxford Street and Center Street.
  • 2387–2449 Grizzly Peak Blvd Oakland 94720, United States - Panoramic Hill
    There is broken glass, a part of a car, debris and even a fallen tree. I almost ran over the glass while biking. Lots of other debris.
  • Tree Issue Archived
    1701–1799 Walnut St Berkeley 94709, United States - Berkeley
    Just north of 1772 Walnut there used to be a nice street tree. It was removed and never replaced. It’s a lot uglier there.
  • Graffiti Archived
    2358–2498 Hearst Ave Berkeley 94709, United States - Berkeley
    Graffiti near the roofs of various buildings can be easily seen from this location.
  • Hearst Ave & Scenic Ave Berkeley, CA, 94709, USA - Berkeley
    NE corner Hearst & Scenic - clogged storm drain.
  • 2267-2299 Fulton Street Berkeley, California - Berkeley
    People turn left regularly from westbound (downhill) Bancroft onto southbound Fulton, which, as a cyclist, has made for some very close calls when trying to continue westbound on Bancroft from the cycletrack. There are some No Left Turn signs, but they are perhaps not obvious enough. Paint on the road surface or add more signage before an accident occurs!
  • Street Sign Archived
    Hearst Ave At Oxford St Berkeley, California - Berkeley
    For Public Works Transportation Division:
    The Hearst Ave reconfiguration / lane deduction has improved traffic flow at Hearst at Oxford intersection. However, there is still a 'No Turn on Red' prohibition sign for Eastbound Hearst turning right onto Oxford Street. There seems to be ample visibility for cross traffic and oncoming traffic that the turn prohibition is no longer needed. Can Public Works consider removing this sign and allowing right turns on red?
  • Pothole Archived
    Bancroft Way & Telegraph Ave Berkeley, CA 94704, USA - Berkeley
    Damaged cement street by utility cover
  • Street Light Archived
    Lawrence Hall Of Science - Berkeley
    Road light on Centennial above Berkeley Labs Grizzly Gate is out, this is very dangerous for being able to see cyclists coming down Centennial.
  • Street Sign Archived
    Hearst At Spruce Berkeley, California - Berkeley
    After the street reconfiguration Public Works installed a no left turn sign for traffic heading Eastbound on Hearst Ave and vehicle traffic is no longer allowed to turn left onto Spruce Street. However, many drivers ignore the sign and will drive over the double yellow lines into opposing traffic to turn left. Bollards / delineators may be needed in the median to discourage this illegal / dangerous maneuver.
  • Telegraph At Bancroft Berkeley, California - Berkeley

    Telegraph Ave headed Northbound at the intersection with Bancroft Way currently has two traffic lanes turning left onto a one-way street (Bancroft). However, Bancroft Way is technically only two lanes with the 3rd, far right lane being a 'bus only' lane. Lane striping and signage showing turn movements should be installed / painted in the middle of the intersection to indicate the proper lane cars need to turn into.

    Too often cars on Telegraph Ave in the far left lane will turn into the middle lane of Bancroft Way and force vehicles in the right lane of Telegraph Ave to turn into the 'bus only' lane of Bancroft.

  • University At Oxford Berkeley, California - Berkeley

    Eastbound University Ave approaching the intersection with Oxford Street seems to be missing pavement arrows for the right turn only lane. There are lane markings showing which lane to use to turn left or go straight but nothing showing the right turn lane.

    Some drivers just turn right using the middle lane which should be for straight / left turns only and cut-off cars in the right turn lane which is unmarked.