During rush hour (between 5pm and 6pm), Walden St. comes to a standstill from Hubbard St. towards Mass Avenue because there is right-hand side resident parking taking effect too early. This blocks the right-turning lane (on Walden St.) towards Mass Ave. Traffic would be severely alleviated if cars turning right would have a longer lane to make use of rather than being blocked by parked cars. If residential parking on Walden St from Richdale St. towards Mass Ave. started at 6pm rather than earlier, it would solve the problem.
The PORT a potty by the playground has feces all over floor, a bag of urine hanging from wall and some bottles of alcohol. Since I took my two and four year old in there and well that was horrifying I'd like to spare any other desparate parents
42 Langdon Street Cambridge, MA 02138, United States of America - Neighborhood 9
Ok. This is my third complaint. The plowing in Christmas Day was terrible. I get it. It's a holiday. The plowing during and after this storm has been dreadful. It should not take 3 complaints to get a small street decently plowed. Once I receive the notice that the issue has been addressed I go and look. Sadly, there is always a new issue. We have a park/median. We have a place to put snow. The attached photo will show you an issue. The green is the edge of the sidewalk. The blue is all the snow not plowed on the corner at the L of Langdon. I have also already reported the ends of the island being heavy with snow and cars sliding as they try to make a turn. Nothing has gotten better. I get you have a big city and we are a little street but doing it right the first time means not having to keep sending plows back. Thank you for your attention to our street. It truly is appreciated.
There is a tremendous amount of garbage in this park, specifically in the area where the snow was dumped over the winter. I would like to lodge a complaint as it is unsightly and hazardous. I would request this area is cleaned and maintained.
Public Safety lack of traffic control to support NON EMERGENCY WORK DETAIL.
This gas leak is known for over 4 years in Walden St at crosswalk at intersection with Garden Street. There is No Excuse for proper planning and support by Eversource and CITY OF CAMBRIDGE components.
Passenger doored me in traffic. Lack of a real bike lane here means cyclists are sandwiched between parked cars and traffic. A driver stopped and their passenger opened their door to hop out before the stoplight. I was beside their car at the time and was knocked into a parked car. We badly need a real bike lane here.
A sign stating “DO NOT STOP ON TRACKS” (or something similar) is needed at Sherman Street Crossing. This is especially important during morning and evening commutes when traffic is backed up on Sherman St. Many drivers appear to be unaware that if they drive onto the tracks, while waiting for the light at Rindge to change, they may be stuck in the path of an oncoming train. Other train crossings in the metro area have signs warning not to stop on tracks. Why doesn’t Sherman St?