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Traffic Signal at 999 Beacon St

No Right on red sign required by MUTCD standards due to exclusive pedestrian signal https://mutcd.fhwa.dot.gov/htm/2009/part2/part2b.htm#section2B54
CLOSED 8 days ago #34915

Traffic Signal at Harvard St @ Kent St

Greenlight not on by Santander bank
CLOSED 8 days ago #34000
Traffic Signal at Harvard St @ Kent St

Traffic Signal at 721 Newton St, Chestnut Hill

Three of four bollards protecting the bike lane are missing. Most bicyclists stop at signs and signals because getting hit by a car hurts. Most cars exceed the posted speed and many run red lights.
CLOSED 8 days ago #34815

Traffic Signal at Walnut St Brookline Norfolk County

Bicycles do not stop at red lights or stop signs anyway
CLOSED 8 days ago #34814

Traffic Signal at 1450 Beacon St Corey Hill

Will you bicycle rider cry babies please go away you do not have the right to have your own lane it is for cars that pay taxes to drive on the roads
CLOSED 20 days ago #34717

Traffic Signal at 15 Gorham Ave

Delayed green light at intersection of Beacon and Corey would speed traffic and improve safety.
CLOSED Put in request to transportation Board for review - 21 days ago #34147

Traffic Signal at Harvard St And Stedman St

Light from Stedman to Harvard is too short, only 2-3 cars can get through before it turns red. Please lengthen the green duration.
CLOSED Transportation will look into this - 21 days ago #33993

Traffic Signal at 232 Aspinwall Ave

The walk/don't walk signal got pushed so it isn't facing the right direction
CLOSED 29 days ago #34535

Traffic Signal at 1450 Beacon St Corey Hill

All bike lanes should be REMOVED from Town streets
CLOSED 29 days ago #34559

Traffic Signal at Emerald Necklace & Huntington Ave Brookline Village Boston

The signal needs to be reprogrammed. After pressing the pedestrian beg button, pedestrians and people on bikes still need to wait multiple MINUTES to cross the street, even with no car traffic present
CLOSED about 1 month ago #34363
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