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Traffic Signal at 2–12 Stanton Rd

Very dangerous crosswalk, cars never stop!! Need to install lights and better signage.
OPENED 2 months ago #25898

Traffic Signal at 1294 Beacon St North Brookline

Lane reduction begins here to protect pedestrian access on the next block. The signage and cones are out of position. Cars then don't merge in time, blocking pedestrian access and slowing traffic.
OPENED 2 months ago #25897

Traffic Signal at 10 Francis St

Flasher for 20 mph westbound
OPENED 2 months ago #25896

Traffic Signal at 366 Kent St

next to Bug Temple dome needs painted
OPENED 2 months ago #25848
Traffic Signal at 366 Kent St

Traffic Signal at 285 Harvard St

in front of booksmith annex Harvard Street Coolidge Corner. Bike barrier down & at curb
OPENED 3 months ago #25780
Traffic Signal at 285 Harvard St

Traffic Signal at Clyde St, Chestnut Hill

Traffic signal cycle is causing backup on Clyde St in early morning and evening.
OPENED 3 months ago #25688

Traffic Signal at 22–60 South St, Chestnut Hill

The pedestrian walk light comes on on every cycle, when there are no pedestrians around and backs up traffic. Thank you!
OPENED 3 months ago #25684

Traffic Signal at 441 Washington St

New signalized crosswalk only half works. Side closest to Greenough Street is not flashing when it's button is pushed and doesn't respond when opposite side of the street's button is pushed.
OPENED 3 months ago #25618
Traffic Signal at 441 Washington St

Traffic Signal at 207 Washington St

The pedestrian signal is no longer ever being triggered, between the post office and Village Works.
OPENED 3 months ago #25611
Traffic Signal at 207 Washington St

Traffic Signal at Lee St Brookline Norfolk County

clyde street newton street and lee street brookline traffic signal timing is too short to let traffic flow inbound , timing needs to be adjusted
OPENED 3 months ago #25488
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