3632 E Stratford Rd Virginia Beach 23455 United States - Northwest
This is the corner of E Stratford Rd and Dinwiddie during Memorial Day Weekend. Due to a lack of signage restricting parking, it becomes overcrowded and unsafe for vehicles and pedestrians. Emergency vehicles, or any large vehicles, would not be able to move through the intersection and the roadway. The two-way stop on Dinwiddie is not sufficient due to overcrowding of vehicles on E Stratford obstructing drivers view of oncoming traffic. There is no speed limit sign posted in this area and this route is commonly used as a detour when Shore Drive is backed up. The signage and parking needs to be assessed for safety reasons.
2205 Dinwiddie Rd Virginia Beach, Virginia - Northwest
The electronic sign installed in the median on Shore Dr between the Lesner Bridge and Northampton is underutilized. I passed it, and another on Northampton, this morning and it was blank. When I got to the I-64 interchange on Northampton, I was notified that two lanes on East Bound I-64 were closed at Norview. Had drivers using Shore Dr to Northampton and then I-64 been made aware of this back on Shore Dr, we could have used an alternate route to get to work. I spent an hour in traffic today when it normally takes no more than 25 minutes. Please use the signs. The taxpayers paid plenty of money for them. We need more info on them than "drive sober" notices on holiday weekends.
3556 Shore Dr Virginia Beach, VA, 23455, USA - Northwest
The westbound lanes of Shore Dr. are being milled and repaved. Why wasn't the foundation corrected where there are numerous dips in the right lane before repaving? Why spend millions on road repairs and not actually "correct" the problems? If you think it is acceptable, try driving a school bus in the right lane on the new pavement. It is a nightmare!
3621 E Stratford Rd Virginia Beach, VA, 23455, USA - Northwest
No parking signs needed, People are parking here and causing mud to be pushed in road and diverting cars towards vegetation island that is also getting traffic in that vegetation causing ruts on both sides
Exposed dangerous construction debris at low tides under bridge: rusty frayed cables, rebar, metal and concrete. This are is frequented by many anglers, crabbers and their children. This issue has been previously reported beginning on 4/21/19 (Issue ID: 5733877) without resolution or response...unacceptable!