Town of Morristown Public Works

Open Issues: 29 Closed Issues: 34 Acknowledged Issues: 0
Watching issues created after: 2010-01-29

Town of Morristown
Public Works and Engineering

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  • 149 Washington St Morristown, NJ 07960 - Morristown
    On county road 510 westbound approaching the intersection with Mills St. the road opens up briefly from one lane into two. Some drivers will turn right while some continuing westward see an opportunity to move into the right lane and get ahead of those in the left. When this occurs during a red light this either creates a backup for those wishing to turn right or sets the stage for a potentially dangerous drag race when the light turns green,the problem being that the road immediately returns to a single lane. I believe the right lane should be restricted for right turns only and so marked.
  • lots of potholes and bumps Morris st from train station through overpass of rt 287
  • 142 Speedwell Ave Morristown, NJ - Morristown
    5 parking spots on Rt. 202 between Sussex/Speedwell merge & Flagler St. should be eliminated to improve traffic flow. Use parking behind the buildings.
  • 164 South St Morristown, NJ 07960 - Morristown
    There are pt holes at every manhole going down s. street. This means that cars need to avoide the manholes which means going into the other lane sometimes
  • 146 Speedwell Ave. Morristown, NJ - Morristown

    5 Parking Spots Impede Traffic Flow: 5 parking spots on Rt. 202 between Sussex/Speedwell merge & Flagler St. should be eliminated to improve traffic flow. Use parking behind the buildings.

    If you drive into Morristown from Sussex or Speedwell, PLEASE SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS. The fact that these parking spaces exist where 2 or 3 lanes of traffic, PLUS St. Margaret's parking lot, PLUS the Firehouse, is not in the best interest of the public or Morristown. Pedestrians crossing Speedwell at Flagler are in much greater risk than if there were no parking. Impeding traffic with parking spaces is not "flow control."

  • Speedwell Ave & Early Street Morristown - Morristown
    Broken street asphalt and Water leak
  • Elm St Morristown, NJ - Morristown
    Turning left from westbound Morris St. to Elm Street is difficult because it is a long intersection (under the RR tracks) and cars often get stuck in the intersection when the light turns red, causing a safety issue. A left-turn signal would allow them to turn safely.
  • 191-195 Madison Ave Morristown, NJ 07960, USA - Morristown
    wide very deep pothole as you go through the light eastbound on Madison Avenue by Friendly's.
  • Speeders Archived
    47 Western Ave Morristown - Morristown
    Western Ave in Morristown 25 MPH SPEED LIMIT cars are doing 50 - 60 mph time to start issuing speeding tickets
  • 186 South St Morristown, NJ 07960, USA - Morristown
    Failure to turn on red causes major traffic backup during rush hour.
  • Dekalb Place Morristown, NJ - Morristown
    Dekalb Place...numerous potholes....
  • 3-5 Ridgedale Ave Morristown, NJ 07960, USA - Morristown

    There is no need for a delayed green light for oncoming traffic at the Morris Ave./Ridgedale Ave. intersection. Traffic going west at that light is very light, not warranting a delay. More importantly, the delayed green confuses some drivers, because pedestrians are not allowed to walk across Ridgedale until the green arrow is gone. Drivers making a left turn onto Ridgedale don't look for the pedestrians, and drivers making a free right turn onto Morris Ave can't figure out why the pedestrian isn't crossing Ridgedale when the oncoming traffic clearly has the right of way.

    Plus some pedestrians don't understand the delayed green and walk anyhow, even when the sign clearly says "don't walk."

    Eliminate the delayed green and confusion will be greatly dissipated. Traffic coming down from Ford Avenue is so light the delayed green is really unwarranted.

    BTW, the "Don't walk" part of the pedestrian light has been broken for months.