Multiple neighbors concerned about fast moving traffic, speeding over top of Beltran and down hill. Particularly bad during 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM commuting hour. Especially hazardous to pedestrians and children. Photo taken on Beltran facing towards Glenwood: traffic speeds down Beltran, past Las Casas to Glenwood,
Every morning while I am at the bus stop waiting for the bus, I notice that most of the cars travelling down Clifton Street are barely slowing down for the STOP sign (in both directions) making this a dangerous intersection for everyone, especially pedestrians. Either the intersection should be changed from a 4 way STOP to a just STOP signs on Dexter street, or a traffic light should be installed.
Noticed at night time random vehicles would park on our driveway for a couple minutes? Not sure what to do about this? The last time we were able to catch the person parking on it but today we were unable to. Do we just call the non-emergency line to have them towed? Or can we do something because these cars keep trespassing on our property and we don't know who they are and don't know how safe it would be confront these people? Please advise.
This is the sidewalk going up the hill to Beebe School, it is a sheet of ice and I’ve seen 2 parents almost fall and several kids just slide down the hill towards the Main Street. The city did a horrendous job cleaning up the sidewalks and streets. The whole street passing the stadium which is a main place for people to walk to Malden Station has zero sidewalks, they were completely snow covered. Terrible!
While waiting for traffic to stop so I could cross in the crosswalk, a car followed the law and stopped for me. A white pickup truck, which I don't have the license plate for, proceeded to scream at the car and me. When I reminded him, it was the law to stop for people in the crosswalk, he proceeded to scream profanities at me. Enough is enough! Pedestrians need a light there so we don't get yelled at anymore.
Car has eluded traffic enforcement and police have driven by this twice that I have seen. There is NO winter over night parking on Ivy Road. I believe there is also a law that cars must park 20? feet from an intersection. This car has been parked on the corner since the first blizzard "Juno". Calls to Malden Traffic dept have not been acknowledged. Car is impeding plows as well as making it difficult to go around the corner onto Rockland Ave.