Office Assistant to the Secretary of Transportation

Open Issues: 346 Closed Issues: 1,534 Acknowledged Issues: 228
Watching issues created after: 2017-09-04

Office Assistant to the Secretary of Transportation

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  • Other Open
    2405 Trawick Road Raleigh, North Carolina - Raleigh Council District B
    Please see image. Wrecked hulk of a minivan visible from both Trawick Road and Planet Drive. Located at 2405 Trawick Road, Raleigh NC 27604. This eyesore not only encourages others to not maintain their property - but serves to lower the property value of well maintained homes in the area. Please open an investigation. Thank you.
  • Other Archived
    2859-2895 Poole Road Raleigh, North Carolina - East Raleigh
    City of Raleigh Storm Sewer inlet is completely filled with dirt in this location on Poole Road. Every time a significant rain occurs stormwater spread reaches 6-10' out into travel lanes.
  • 6120 Duraleigh Rd Raleigh, NC 27612, USA - Northwest
    Road lines need to be repainted on Duraleigh Rd south. Cannot see dotted lines while driving across US 70 intersection from Millbrook Rd. Especially dangerous at night or in rain.
  • Roadway Markings Acknowledged
    912 Hodges St Raleigh NC 27608, Raleigh, North Carolina - Five Points
    After the construction in front of RCI last year, the crosswalk markings and one sign have not been replaced. I am there most weekends and see multilple times where a kid is in danger of getting hit by a car because of the missing cross walk markings. This crosswalk needs to be updated and enforced for an extended period of time.
  • 4904-4908 Hollyridge Drive Raleigh, North Carolina - Northwest
    neighbors all down the street have put big pile of yard waste in the road way cars hitting it and it is a big big risk for drivers why is the city letting this go on for so long my other neighor reported it weeks ago and nothing done about it this is URGENT maybe if we start filing claims for damage to vehicles from hitting yard waste in the public road way since we have all this evidence of reporting it and city doin nothing
  • 200 West Peace Street Raleigh, North Carolina - Mordecai
    There is approximately 10 homeless people here every day. they have built a community up along the railroad tracks. It has become very trashy looking, there is a full community up there with grill, beds, flags, signs, furniture, I was getting my dry cleaning done and watched them carry cases of beer and a Fridge up the the tracks. It looks like skid row. What can we do to rid this eye sore and drunk adults begging for money often in what I thought was a good area?
  • Other Archived
    Glenwood Ave Raleigh, North Carolina - Northwest
    -Near Harris Teeter on Glenwood (north side), the asphalt is crumbling from side of road--needs shoulder worked on
    -several places in median between Vick Ave and Oberlin, there are bad holes from where rain has washed it away--is dangerous and unsightly for one of our main thoroughfares
  • 2 Maiden Lane Raleigh, North Carolina - Wade
    There is a block of sidewalk just before the back driveway to Subway that is uneven with the rest. I have personally fallen on this spot, and know at least two other people who have tripped over it. This is a heavy foot traffic area, as it is the primary route to an NC State employee parking lot.
  • Dixie Trail At Lake Boone Tr Raleigh, North Carolina - Glenwood
    This sidewalk is becoming impassable. Have to walk too close to heavily traveled road. This is used to get to nearby elementary and middle school students
  • Mcdowell Street Raleigh, North Carolina - Central
    Driving into downtown Raleigh on McDowell Street just as you come under the Martin Luther King overpass, someone has removed the drain grate from the sewer drain and moved it to the side and is left a large open hole. It is just to the left of the left-hand lane, and if anybody over corrects or slightly goes over the edge of the road they will be in the hole
  • 1625 Wake Forest Rd Raleigh, NC, 27604, USA - Blount Corridor
    I hope the permanent lane markings are clearer than the temporary ones. Today, people were going straight from the right turn lane. Where there's now one lane heading south in front of Watkins Grill, people were trying to make it two. The traffic wanting to turn left onto Brookside backed up to Louisburg Road.
  • 1008 Mills Street Raleigh, North Carolina - Five Points
    When the contractor dug up the street to run either water or electricity, the patch job is now sinking to the point that it's causing tires to be thrown out of alignment. It's in a curb so the car's camber is getting thrown way off. Because it's in a blind curb, someone could get hit if walking on that side of the road if the driver was trying to avoid the sinking asphalt.