DC Trail Rangers - Anacostia Riverwalk Trail

Open Issues: 2 Closed Issues: 265 Acknowledged Issues: 17
Watching issues created after: 2013-09-04

Notified About

  • 8 Barney Cir Se Washington, DC 20003, USA - Stadium-Armory
  • M St Se Washington D.C., DC 20003, USA - Capitol Hill
    Bicycle trail unusable due to overgrowth .
  • Sidewalk Repair Acknowledged
    8 Barney Circle Southeast Washington, DC 20003, USA - Stadium-Armory
  • Anacostia Riverwalk Trail Washington, District of Columbia - Stadium-Armory
    Overflowing trash can causing litter to overcome the bicycle trail. Should be emptied TrailRanger CH ART
  • Anacostia Riverwalk Trail Washington, District of Columbia - Stadium-Armory
    After a car collision, this metal post juts out into the trail at an already tricky freeway off ramp. It is difficult to see, especially at night and serves absolutely no purpose. It should be removed. ART TrailRanger GH
  • Bicycles Archived
    Anacostia Riverwalk Trail Washington, District of Columbia - Stadium-Armory
    Concrete blocks prevent motor vehicles from traveling on the wooden bike trail bridge under the East Capitol St. bridge near RFK. These blocks are massive, hard to see at night, a hazard to cyclists, and a poor solution to the problem. These could be replaced with bollards or any smaller object. Visibility here is important here too ART TrailRanger GH
  • Bicycles Archived
    Anacostia Riverwalk Trail Washington, District of Columbia - Anacostia
    ART Sign bent and too far from trail/road. Speed sign is hardly visible from the road bed because it is five ft from the side. A more prominent position would help the trail be safe. The few cars that share the road (mostly cops) often speed.
  • Anacostia Riverwalk Trail Washington, DC 20002, USA - US Congressional District DC98
  • 39 Potomac Ave Se Washington, DC 20003, USA - Capitol Hill
  • Sign Removal Archived
    8 Barney Circle Southeast Washington, DC 20003, USA - Stadium-Armory
    Abandoned sign post in trail, needs removal. Green metal sign post right in trail at Barney Circle. No sign, just post. Starting to rust.
  • 33-99 Barney Circle Southeast Washington, DC 20003, USA - Stadium-Armory
    Stop sign knocked down & barrier smashed
  • Anacostia Riverwalk Trail Washington, District of Columbia - Stadium-Armory
    Over the past year, have noticed an error in the 311 system's address system for issues reported by SeeClickFix app. Any issue reported along the Anacostia Riverwalk Trail's west bank between Water St. SE and Benning Road SE are assigned an address over 2 miles away, and therefore are never resolved. I understand that bicycle trails do not have an address, but this system must be able to use GPS coordinates. When loggign into the SeeClickFix website, the location is stored correctly on the map, but auto response emails from the 311 system report wildly inaccurate addresses. I feel for the city employees who receive the same service request every week for trash collection, travel to the address the system gives them, and finds nothing there. Can anything be done to rectify this? How can I report differently to solve in the short term?