Crosswalk not marked other than barely noticeable sign. Regularly used by pedestrians to visit new restaurant and mercer students walking to/from class to avoid college street. Drivers don't slow down or notice the pedestrian crossing sign, instead they regularly exceed the speed limit and make crossing very scary during high traffic and at night.
The bathrooms by the playground were recently renovated (port-a-potties were provided while renovations were completed), which is awesome! But now they are locked with no port-a-potties or alternative restroom option until at least 12pm when the tennis center opens. When you have young kids and toilet-training toddlers at the park playing in the mornings, it would be great to have a restroom option!
There are no convenient crosswalks across Georgia Avenue, making it dangerous for students crossing to get to and from the Law School and for visitors going to Coleman Hill. Currently, drivers speed past these areas without watching for pedestrians. A crosswalk with ample signage would increase safety.
I have asked for speed bumps to be installed at this location at the stop sign on Curry drive as well as a speed bump on Boulevard at that location. NO ONE stops at this sign and people speed up and down this hill all the time. A drunk driver coming UP the hill destroyed trees, Ga Power pole, his car, etc. last NIGHT. HE HAD TO BE GOING very FAST TO DO THE DAMAGE HE DID. That was going UP the hill also!!. They go faster down the hill. Someone is going to be seriously injured at the intersection if something is not done NOW!!!!! It is time for COMMON SENSE to correct this issue. We need speed bumps like the one at Ingliside Avenue on both streets since they also speed down BOULEVARD> You put up speed limit signs and said speed bumps were not warranted BUT people see the speed limit signs you put up telling them how fast they are going and they slow down before getting to them. DO SOMETHING.
The speed table installed on Ingleside Avenue has been a great help in slowing traffic, but there is a big problem with drivers going around it on both sides. Is there any way to add something to either side that would deter this behavior?
We've requested a speed study and it hasn't happened! We are sick of the super speeders going through Shirley Hills. We need humps and a speed change pronto! People speed 20+ over speed limit DAILY. We have children who can't even safely cross into our own neighborhood park. The people of this neighborhood are willing to assist in making this happen! Please help us. Call me anytime for info 478-919-7232
1043 Oglethorpe St Macon 31201, United States - Macon
High Accident Area. I just witnessed my 4th car accident since the roads were narrowed along Oglethorpe, because it is now almost impossible to check for inbound/outbound traffic when pulling onto Oglethorpe from the side streets of the housing area located on Oglethorpe. By the time you have pulled up enough to see past parked cars, your almost sitting in the road. Something needs to be done, or accidents are going to continue to happen. This is a very high traffic area due to its location to schools, the hospital, and Mercer. I mentioned studying “speed” but really that’s not the problem (though some is) the issue is visibility.
This brick house/duplex has been unoccupied for quite a while. It is owned by Associated Partners LLC out of Tallahassee, FL and clearly they don't care about it. The tree is dead and large pieces of it fall into the street frequently. There is also a power pole nearby. The yard is VERY overgrown and the weeds have extended to the curb & street - not to mention into neighboring yards! This makes the rest of us - who take care of your yards - look bad! Regular property maintenance for absentee owners needs to be enforced!!!