There are many oneway streets in my neiborhood and the drivers are not looking both ways. While turning left or right they only look in the direction the trafic. Also, they are texting while driving. I think if we all had a 211, 411 or a 911 setup to report the time and liscence # it would stop.
There's a sign that points drivers either to the left (to boston / gov center via longfellow bridge) or right (to cambridge, etc. via mem drive/land boulevard); the problem is that this sign is not well located to help drivers make the decision in time. This often results in drivers idling at the 'center of the fork" and at times, backing up into oncoming traffic in order to get to the desired route. This sign needs to be moved up closer from where it currently sits and the letters need to made larger, easier to read.
The no Left Turn sign needs improvement: it is too small, out of the driver's viewing angle and is often covered by tree branches during the summer months. This results in drivers taking a left turn and proceeding the wrong way down land boulevard. I see this once every six weeks or so.
There are no lane markers for either north or south bound traffic. Is there a left turn lane? Does one have to be in the right hand lane northbound to proceed over the bridge and into Allston? The southbound lanes are equally unclear.
There is no pedestrian crossing, no crosswalk signal, and the sidewalk is ripped up, at the intersection of Cambridge St and Soldiers Field Rd, crossing Cambridge St on the east side of Soldiers Field Rd. Vehicles travelling northbound on Soldiers Field Rd turning right onto Cambridge St eastbound on red make crossing Cambridge St on foot especially unpleasant. Please install pedestrian crossing signal, fix sidewalks, and add "yield to pedestrians on turn" sign. Please consider pushing out the curb on the southeast corner of the intersection further into the intersection to make the corner sharper to slow down turning vehicles.