1105-1199 1st Street Northeast Washington, DC - Capitol Hill
The Ibiza nightclub's music is so loud that I can hear it from a block away (and with a large building in the way to block the noise). This has gone on for multiple weekend nights into the early morning. My walls are shaking!
606 M St NE has been storing trash and recycling on the sidewalk or in the adjacent alley. They have been ticketed and neighbors have spoken to the tenants. The recycling can is currently located in the alley. By this evening the trash can will probably be there as well...
Heading N on 6th (toward FLA), the lights at 6th and M and 6th and FLA used to turn red or green within a few seconds of each other, allowing traffic to flow through these two intersections smoothly. Now, they are on OPPOSITE scheduled, so that when one is red, the other is green. As a result, traffic backs up in the intersections with FLA and with M - very dangerous. Please reset these to their previous timing!
199 New York Ave. Ne Washington D.C., DC - Eckington
There are, at a minimum, two dangerous pedestrian points at the intersection of Florida Ave. NE and NY Ave. NE (U.S. 50). The first are the NW bound vehicles turning from O St NE onto Florida Ave NE attempting to cross NY Ave. NE. The light on NY Ave. NE does not remain green long enough to allow more than about one car to safely clear the intersection. As a result, pedestrians have the walk signal to cross Florida Ave NE, but vehicles are racing through the intersection in attempt to cross NY Ave NE. The second problem is the vehicles that are now allowed to turn left from Florida Ave. NE onto NY Ave. NE. Prior to the traffic reconfiguration vehicles were not allowed to do so and now they are. However, few of those vehicles actually yield to the pedestrians crossing NY Ave. NE. It would be much safer to route those vehicles around the traffic circle and have them make a right hand turn onto NY Ave. NE from 1st Street NE.