North Centrsal CAC

Open Issues: 1,598 Closed Issues: 29,241 Acknowledged Issues: 2,029
Watching issues created after: 2013-01-08

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  • 616 N Person St Raleigh, NC - Blount Corridor
    There are no bike racks along this section of Person Street. If no racks are provided, people will park on poles and trees, sometimes damaging them. I was informed that there is an issue in providing bicycle racks along the corridor because NCDOT has been a barrier. Although this may just be a rumor, bicycle racks are still needed in this corridor (now) and should be included in any future plans!
  • Western Boulevard Raleigh, North Carolina - Southwest
    Many, many times I have witnessed cars coming from Boylan Avenue drive the wrong way down Western Blvd in order to turn left, which is currently not possible to do in either direction without this insanely dangerous maneuver. Crossing the street as a pedestrian is also hazardous as many cars do not stop even when the light has changed. I and my neighbors have nearly been hit many times by cars who do not stop. There should be a light triggered by cars or by a pedestrian walk request as there is at Western and Hunt by the prison.
  • 2401 Bertie Dr. Raleigh, NC - East Raleigh
    There is a very loud high-pitched noise coming from one of the air conditioning units at Enloe HS. This noise is so loud that I have to keep the radio on in my house in order to drown it out! I work from home and am constantly bombarded with this noise all day long. This has been going on since May and I now have developed tinnitus...a constant ringing in my ears. This noise level is a health hazard and needs to be stopped! The neighborhood has voiced several complaints/concerns with the school system but nothing has been done.
  • 420 Chapanoke Rd Raleigh, NC 27603, USA - Southwest
    Due to the incline coming out of the shopping center and onto Chapanoke Road vehicles are pulling into oncoming traffic without a clear line of sight. This issue needs to be looked at to prevent potential accidents.
  • 411 North St Raleigh NC, 27603, USA - North Central

    This stretch of Harrington Street just south of North Street and the RR crossing is extremely hazardous. There is no sidewalk, no markings, no stop sign. Two cars are allowed to park in the spot where pedestrians or cyclists would walk/ride. A steep curb/berm prevents any escape from speeding cars (who can now exit Capitol Blvd and, without stopping, turn left on Harrington and speed up the street.

    I walk to work downtown and back every day, and hundreds of my neighbors in Glenwood South would like to use this route.

    My request: 1) Remove those two parking places 2) Mark a skinny lane along both sides of Harrington Street, for pedestrians/cyclists/scooters 3) Require developers of lots just south of the tracks to install sidewalks, and require property owners to keep this stretch clear of vehicles, litter, etc.

    Thanks,
    Suzanne Levinson
    400 N. West Street

  • 539-599 Ileagnes Road Raleigh, North Carolina - Southwest
    This area continues to be littered with trash that finds its way back into the adjacent neighborhood. Please police this area for trash and take action to keep it clean. The woods in this location are riddled with glass, rusty metal and plastic. Have owners clean up.
  • 2 E South St Raleigh, NC - Central
    While I appreciate the City of Raleigh having a fireworks display, please consider having a show where the fireworks actually go up in the air high enough you can see them. The show was terrible, all the people around us on Fayetteville St last night were also complaining. You couldn't see the fireworks.
  • POTHOLE Archived
    1017 Trailwood Drive Raleigh, North Carolina - Southwest
    I'm not sure the location is exact, but there is a VERY large pothole on Trailwood (the right side if you are driving towards Avent Ferry Road). You have to swerve into the other lane to avoid it blowing out your tire, which is very dangerous when there is oncoming traffic.
  • Western Boulevard Raleigh, North Carolina - Central
    The intersection of Western Blvd and Boylan Ave remains a problem. In the last three days I have nearly been hit by a car that did not recognize the red light as relevant to their desire to turn left from Western onto Boylan and seen three other cars turning onto Western from Boylan run the red light for pedestrian crossing. Cars do not know where to stop (for westbound traffic on Western some go through the intersection and stop by the walkway others stop before the intersection, eastbound cars on Western turning left onto Boylan do not always stop before the crosswalk but seek to turn while the cars are stopped on Western). All of this is very hazardous for pedestrians and motorists. Is there some kind of signage to alert those turning onto Western from Boylan that they should be alert to the possibility of a red light at the crosswalk? Should the crosswalk be moved? Is there a sign to inform turning traffic from Western onto Boylan about where to stop or can an additional light be placed over the turn lane? I don't know the best solution, but this is an ongoing problem.
  • Garbage Archived
    453-491 Chapanoke Road Raleigh, NC 27603, USA - Southwest
    2 dumpsters over flowing AGAIN with debris everywhere. International Foods, and adjacent stores are the cause. City of Raleigh already cleaned up once, 2 weeks ago, now all trash on ground and in adjacent woods is back.
  • 861-899 Hillsborough Street Raleigh, North Carolina - Hillsborough
    The new CAT 4 and Triangle Transit Route 100 and Route 105 stop by the entrance to the State Employee's Credit Union is not accessible due to the fact that there is no bus lane for the bus to pull next to the stop sign.
    Parking is allowed all the way up to the entrance of the SECU and these parked cars block the stop.
  • 817 Northbrook Drive Raleigh, NC 27609, USA - Six Forks
    Three speed hunps on Northbrook are too high, and were installed in violation of the City of Raleigh Neighborhood Traffic Management Program, section 4.3.2. The city's own traffic count was 4,120, so speed humps should never have been considered. These public nuisances should be removed immediately.