AC Transit

Open Issues: 178 Closed Issues: 659 Acknowledged Issues: 179
Watching issues created after: 2012-10-30

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  • Illegal Dumping Acknowledged
    777-799 41st St Oakland, CA 94609, USA - Longfellow
    Bus set on west at 41st
  • 2701-2707 Park Boulevard Oakland, California - Cleveland Heights

    There is a pothole in the rightmost lane traveling downhill on Park Boulevard just before the light at Spruce.

    This pothole is a danger for bicycles. Bikes travel at higher speeds here, near the the 25mph speed limit, while cars frequently travel faster. A crashed cyclist could get run over by car or bus. Switching lanes at the last second could be a problem because of the high speed of traffic in the leftmost lane.

  • 531 55th Street Oakland, CA 94608, USA - Shafter
    Multiple large vehicles, bus, campers, RV's and a homeless encampment that is creating a ton of trash and debris. Are these vehicles registered? Everytime they move they leave behind piles of trash.
  • Graffiti Archived
    1526 32nd Street Oakland, CA 94608, USA - Clawson
    Building has been tagged pretty badly by vandals. We bust our butts trying to keep the environment clean and safe. Maybe DPW should work with the police or vice versa.
  • 1341-1351 Chatham Road Oakland, California - Glenview
    The pavement condition of Chatham Rd between Beaumont Ave and Park Blvd is nothing less than atrocious...the experience while riding the daily bus line (NL/58L) over this section of road is that of a 19th-century roller coaster...this is an important commuting thoroughfare in Oakland and thus deserves better attention...
  • 2383-2399 Lakeshore Avenue Oakland, CA 94606, USA - Lake Merritt
    Garbage bags at 26 bus stop.
  • Grove Shafter Freeway & Interstate 580 Oakland, CA 94609, USA - Temescal
    Missing internal trash can in cement trash can near 57 westbound bus stop on 40th under freeway across from BART. Trash strewn.
  • 645 40th Street Oakland, CA 94609, USA - Longfellow
    Trash scattered on sidewalk, south side of 40th St under freeway (at current BART shuttle bus stop)
  • 3477 Wilson Ave Oakland, CA - Dimond

    Large 1.5+ foot wide sinkhole with 4ft radius of surrounding pavement progressively cracking -- looks soon to collapse further. Empty hole is almost 2 ft deep and located in center of street.

    With parked cars, there's very little room to drive around it -- especially for trucks. This is a busier side street. A full-sized traffic cone sits in hole to warn drivers, but the top of it is often not seen in time by cars turning onto Wilson from MacArthur Blvd. A tire could now easily get stuck if hole was driven over directly.

    Needs immediate attention.

  • 2453 Macarthur Blvd Oakland, California - Dimond
    Disassembled white bedroom set and box of random garbage in a cardboard box. At the Boston and MacArthur bus stop.
  • Bus Stop Archived
    3166 Adeline St Oakland, California - Clawson
    Can we extend the bus loading red zone? It's so small that the bus cannot stop for wheel chair passengers if there is a car parked after the bus zone. Sometimes the bus will pass the customer or park across the street if there is room. With a parked car and a small bus red zone the bus can never pull up to the curb.
  • 35th At Market Street Oakland, California - Hoover-Foster
    So its a mess again! Right there at a bus stop near the underpass, and in the underpass, with the newly painted beautiful mural. It angers me every week. The chronic dumping under the freeway, the garbage and mess caused by the beggars who are there all the time and here is what I don't understand.....why can't PW simply check that area every week? Its been a huge dump site for years. As we all work so hard to improve this historic neighborhood, could Oakland please help? I guess Oakland's solution is to pick up the dumping once reported (no effort to stop the dumping that I can see) but this location is a dumping hot spot, doesn't it make sense to schedule it? I hope Libby puts Illegal Dumping as a priority after Sports Arenas, as it is a deterrent for home buyers looking to restore old homes. Who wants to see that at their bus stop, on their commute, on their way to the elementary school? Not this tax payer?