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  • 208 Flynn Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
    I am adding my complaint that this event was allowed to happen in this neighborhood. There were over 300 people with loud cars, burnouts, smoke, loud noise and driving up and down Flynn at speeds of more than 50 mph. They were serving food and liquor with no security. thank you to BPD for shutting it down.
  • Graffiti Archived
    93-99 Cherry St Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
    Spray paint stenciled on ground.
  • Appletree Point Road From Alexis Drive To Murfield Burlington, VT - Burlington Electric
    many potholes along route, also 1st speed bump on Staniford Rd (from North Ave.) appears gouged out,
  • 107 Us-7 Burlington, VT 05401, USA - Burlington Electric
    There is a crosswalk, but pedestrians never seem to have the right-of-way and there isn't an electric walk signal. This creates a very dangerous situation as you basically always have to jaywalk across the crosswalk. Please give a gap between greenlights so that pedestrians can cross and give us a signal.
  • Snow Plowing Archived
    914a North Avenue Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
    Bike lanes on both sides from North St all the way to Plattsburg are totally buried, again. Please plow to the curb using the sidewalk plow. The section with no green belt needs extra attention and potentially the small sidewalk snowblower.
  • 408 Colchester Ave Burlington, VT 05401, USA - Burlington Electric
    When weather permits, please sweep the uphill side of Colchester Ave (top to bottom). There is currently 4 feet of soil, gravel, and trash from the curb into the road. Additionally, there are blocked drains.
  • North Winooski Ave Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
    I counted 7 bicycles ( and 2 skateboarders) in 15 minutes going the wrong way down this one-way street, through the stop light at North and cutting off cars. If the city is going to spend tax money painting direction of travel arrows on these lanes, then they should be enforced. Calling the police doesn't work, and I have not heard of pro-active enforcement for bicycle violations ever in this city.
  • 930-934 North Avenue Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
    As a biker it would be wonderful to get the bike lanes swept along North Avenue. I understand that there is scheduled street sweeping in the Spring, but for those who use North Ave for bike travel at this time of the year it has become quite cumbersome. I have had two flats and fell once due to loose gravel. There is quite a build up of sand, rocks, and even glass. I would hate to have to deal with this for two more months on my daily commute.
  • 156 North Winooski Avenue Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
    This section of the bike lane is very dangerous because there is no icon indicating that it is a Bike Lane. Also the alignment shifts bikers far to the right which creates confusion among drivers and greatly increases the likelihood of a right hook collision in which bikers are hurt or killed. The sloppiness of the paint job indicates that even Public Works employees are confused by this poorly designed intersection. I suggest that the existing markings be removed and that a safe, properly aligned stripe be put in. It is also essential that one or more bike lane signs be included in the design. Otherwise this will continue to be a very dangerous corner.
  • Sidewalks Acknowledged
    South Prospect And Pearl St Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric

    There is no sidewalk--just mud and ice--to access pedestrian crossing button on the north corner of North Prospect Street and Colchester Avenue.

    There should be a sidewalk and it should be cleaned.

  • 455 North Avenue Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
    Perfectly good verge right beside.
  • 279 North Winooski Avenue Burlington, Vermont - Burlington Electric
    This sort of sloppy work should never be tolerated in a city that prioritizes safety. The bike lanes are currently unsafe because of faded striping and inadequate signage. Let's get it right this year or replace the folks who keep getting it wrong.