Middletown Public Works

Open Issues: 17 Closed Issues: 720 Acknowledged Issues: 3
Watching issues created after: 2010-04-21

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  • Chester Bowles Hwy Middletown, CT 06457, USA - Middletown
    I hear from friends and relatives that this has been a problem for years. Every week or two, I see some kind of rear-ending on this on-ramp. Tow trucks and police cars are constantly bringing traffic there to a standstill. One need only look at the shoulder of the on-ramp to see all kinds of smashed car debris -- taillight shards and bumper scraps. Even if you're not involved in an accident here, it's still incredibly difficult to wait at the yield sign and crane your neck far over your left shoulder to try and merge onto Rt. 9. Something's gotta change here to make it safer!
  • Church St - Middletown
    There are several crosswalks where there are signs posted to let drivers know to stop for pedestrians in the crosswalk. This is fine, I will stop- but would it kill the Weslyan students to look both ways!!! Seriously, someone is going to get hurt! For going to such a prestigious university, most have no common sense.
  • West Lake Road And Forest Glen Circle - Middletown
    Driver of Dark Green Buick driving with suspended license and false plates, car not registered. Driver drives up and down West Lake daily, please be careful.
  • 41-51 West St Middletown, CT 06457, USA - Middletown
    Replace bridge, too narrow and unsafe
  • 401-469 Connecticut 3 Middletown, CT 06457, USA - Middletown

    It's getting harder each morning to make a left onto Newfield St from Congdon St.
    Very heavy traffic

    A light is needed before an accident happens.

  • 600 Main St Middletown ct - Middletown
  • Rte 66 West At Washington St. And Main St. Middletown CT - Middletown
    A left turn signel is needed due to heavy traffic which causes delays at the intersection of Washington St. & Main St. going rte 66 west.
  • Loveland Street Middletown CT - Middletown
    Three different pittbulls running loose in neighborhood, one recently killed my cat. For months these animals have been allowed by their three different owners to roam and poop where ever they please with no clean-up. It is awful and becoming unsafe to get into your car if you have to park on the street. I have been knocked over numerous times by these dogs. When I call police, I'm asked to contacted Animal Control on Monday - three days away. I'm sure the bleeding will have stopped by then...
  • East St Middletown, CT 06457 - Middletown
    Speed of traffic is a problem for residents and walkers. Route 217 is a State road and goes through a residential area. There is a high density of Middletown residents living off of Route 217 and with the recent addition of a 55 and over residential housing development this further adds more people to the density of this area. We need sidewalks to allow people to walk and ride bikes as well as traffic signs to break up flow of traffic to reduce speed. Sidewalks would also help to further develop a neighborhood atmosphere .
  • 1-99 Maynard St Middletown, CT 06457, USA - Middletown
    cars and busses have to back up to let one or the other get up and down the road...it is very dangerous with kids on the busses...people are blowing horns at each other to get people to move out of the way...Bielefield should be a priority!!
  • 1285-1311 Randolph Rd Middletown, CT 06457, USA - Middletown
    Truck drivers who stop to eat breakfast or lunch at the stand on the corner of Randolph Rd and S. Main Street often park their tractor trailer rigs on Randolph Rd, just downhill of the Maple Shade Rd intersection. Drivers pulling out of Maple Shade Rd can not see traffic coming up the hill AT ALL. The trucks completely block the view. THIS NEEDS TO BE A NO PARKING AREA!
  • Speeding Archived
    200-500 Ridge Rd. Middletown, CT 0645, USA - Middletown
    Cars drive dangerously fast on my road in what is basically a school zone (between an elementary school and nursery school). Some drivers treat this road as a drag strip. I fear for the safety of all the children walking to school and playing.