Quincy Public Works

Open Issues: 64 Closed Issues: 152 Acknowledged Issues: 372
Watching issues created after: 2010-06-15

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  • Abandoned Car Acknowledged
    195 Fayette St Quincy, Massachusetts - Quincy
    Vehicle with rear end damages parked in the same spot for a week.
  • 435-447 Hancock Street Quincy, Massachusetts - Quincy

    Note: video and additional photos will be added in the comment section.

    I was cycling on Hancock Street and was almost hit by a car. The driver (license plate: Massachusetts 7FC720) decided to squeeze between me and an oncoming vehicle, passing me within inches.

    Aggressive drivers make Quincy an unpleasant place to live and work in. I have seen Cambridge Police and Boston Police pulling over numerous drivers for aggressive overtaking. We need more traffic enforcement in Quincy, especially on Hancock Street. Signs (R4-11) to remind drivers that "Bicycles May Use Full Lane" anywhere can help alleviate the problem.

  • 581-583 Adams Street Quincy, Massachusetts - Quincy
    Why is the Adams Street stretch from the intersection with Beale all the way down to the intersection with Furnace Brook Parkway so awful and poorly paved? Shouldn't it be completely repaved? I feel like my new car will bend its rim or lose a muffler every time I drive down that street, which is EVERYDAY. Should I hold the city responsible when my car is damaged by this street? Please advise!
  • 1042 Sea Street Quincy, MA - Quincy
    Street light out by 1042 Sea Street. Right across from church where cars always speed
  • 1 North St Quincy, MA - Quincy
    There are 3 very deep potholes that keep growing on North St in North Quincy. As soon as you turn onto North St from Quincy Shore Drive, you can't miss them. They are very dangerous, and will be causing damage to vehicles very soon!!
  • 222-262 Newport Ave Quincy, Massachusetts - Quincy
    The sidewalk on Newport Ave., between N. Central Ave and Elmwood Ave. Are all damaged from uprooted trees. It doesn't matter as much to me because I don't have mobility issues, but I saw a wheelchair bound man riding dangerously in traffic to avoid the sidewalk.
    It also can be hazardous to walk at night due to lack of lighting to expose the areas that are uprooted providing for a major trip hazard.
  • 1-11 Marion St Quincy, MA 02170, USA - Quincy
    Potholes of varying depth on Marion Street from Winthrop to Grandview. Many pedestrians use this street to get to the Wollaston train station. Tree roots sticking up through sidewalks make navigating to and from the train station a tricky undertaking.
  • Potholes Acknowledged
    168 Furnace Brook Parkway Quincy, MA 02169, USA - Quincy
    Both ends of Bailey St
  • 852 Sea St Quincy, MA 02169, USA - Quincy

    Watch area for Quincy, Mass. -

    When driving out of Houghs Nexk on Sea St, there is a rather large dip in the road that causes vehicles to jump or bump while driving. It is very noisey - need to fix the road surface and level it.

  • 2-8 Franklin St Quincy, MA 02169, USA - Quincy
    Left turn arrows desperately needed at the intersections of Franklin/school streets and Franklin/water streets. As soon as lights turn green to allow Franklin st traffic to proceed, cars routinely cut in front of oncoming traffic by turning left before cars are allowed to go straight (and wait until oncoming traffic is clear to take left hand turns). This happens like clockwork at these two intersections' is dangerous, and slows traffic trying to move straight down Franklin st to a hault.
  • the road right outside quincy adams t station.
  • 150 Glendale Road Quincy, MA - Quincy
    The second street lamp on the public access way is out, making the walkway very dark. The light is on pole P 335. The walkway and stairs run between Glendale and Dixwell Ave.