MassDOT PotholeDreamTeam

Open Issues: 95 Closed Issues: 2,966 Acknowledged Issues: 63
Watching issues created after: 2010-03-30

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  • (pothole) Archived
    253 Beacon St Somerville, MA 02143 - Somerville
    horribly unsafe stretch or road with potholes, buckling & overall wretched pavement- be safe!
  • (pothole) Archived
    255 Beacon St Somerville, MA 02143 - Somerville
    this whole drag is completely uneven and full of holes
  • Road needs to be comepletley repaved. Cannot even patch it.
  • Beacon Street from Cambridge right after Inman Sq to Somerville ave... all bad!
  • (pothole) Archived
    153 Beacon St Somerville, MA 02143 - Somerville
    This strip of street is like one giant pot hole... all the way up to Museum St.
  • 104 River St. Cambridge, MA - Cambridgeport

    The right lane inbound to Central Square is littered with potholes and patches that cause a symphony of screaming suspensions from tracker-trailers, dump trucks, and flat beds. Pedestrians, bikers, and residents in this area have to brace themselves while speeding traffic shutters by.

    Calling Public Works and getting a "work order" multiple times apparently does nothing. Does anyone else hear me on this one?

  • Mountfort St. between Essex and Carlton. Lots of potholes in the "bike lane" area.
  • 24 Green Court Newton, MA 02458 - Newton
    This is a small, dead end street made of gravel. There's massive potholes which need to be filled or paved. Potholes are so deep, scrapes the bottom of my car. Can the small street be paved?
  • 175 Prospect St Cambridge, MA 02139, USA - The Port
    The potholes on Prospect street are so bad! It is the only north-south street that directly connects Inman Sq to Central Sq. It is appallingly bad. There are so many patches on the road that it is near impossible to bike down it. Also, the lack of a bike lane is ridiculous. Why don't they just have traffic going one way, each way, with bike lanes on the side, rather than a one way going south, and a two lane going north? It doesn't make sense. Repave and paint bike lanes, please.
  • The intersection and on-ramp on Washington Street, under the McGrath Highway near Union Square, is one of the most embarrassing, damaging, under-maintained main roads I've ever encountered, even by the local standards. The street is covered with horrible potholes that I'm sure contribute to thousands of dollars in tie-rod, tire, axle and other repairs for local motorists, not to mention local emergency officials. The city ought to repair this asap despite, or especially because of, the current economy.