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Traffic Signal at South St & W Roxbury Pkwy South Brookline Brookline

green light burnt out facing south street
COMPLETED Belongs to DCR - 1 day ago #23692

Traffic Signal at 69 Harvard Square

Walk sign doesn't light up, only the don't walk works in front of magnolia.
COMPLETED 1 day ago #23664
Traffic Signal at 69 Harvard Square

Traffic Signal at 143 Kent St

Red light green light wrong facing
COMPLETED 1 day ago #23545
Traffic Signal at 143 Kent St

Traffic Signal at 1486 Beacon St

One of the bollards has been knocked down at this crosswalk
COMPLETED 1 day ago #23441
Traffic Signal at 1486 Beacon St

Traffic Signal at 175–199 Beaconsfield Rd

Low hanging wires
COMPLETED 1 day ago #23543

Traffic Signal at South St & W Roxbury Pkwy South Brookline Brookline

green light burnt out facing south street--seems to have been reported already by someone else a month ago but not yet fixed
COMPLETED 1 day ago #23693

Traffic Signal at 1051 Beacon St

I may be the last to notice: the pedestrian signal for crossing Beacon eastbound at Carleton is located directly behind a tree trunk. You can't see it from the crosswalk. Can it be extended on an arm?
OPENED 4 days ago #24320
Traffic Signal at 1051 Beacon St

Traffic Signal at 22 High St

Walk signal is rotated out of position and no longer faces crosswalk.
COMPLETED 16 days ago #24216
Traffic Signal at 22 High St

Traffic Signal at Beacon St & Fairbanks St Griggs Park Brookline

At the intersection of Beacon and Fairbanks Streets the occasional red light for traffic lasts only a few seconds and the pedestrian walk signal never comes on. Hazardous crossing for pedestrians.
OPENED 18 days ago #24211

Traffic Signal at 256 Washington St

Pedestrian signal on Washington at Davis does not light for the walk phase.
OPENED 20 days ago #24198
Traffic Signal at 256 Washington St
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