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Damaged Sign at 1195 Boylston St, Chestnut Hill

The do not enter / one way sign pictured in the link below has been knocked down and is no longer there: https://tinyurl.com/3u58rm6h
OPENED 9 months ago #38854

Damaged Sign at 1763 Beacon St

Street signs are oriented in the wrong direction
OPENED 9 months ago #38798
Damaged Sign at 1763 Beacon St

Damaged Sign at 42.34 N 71.12 W

NO LEFT TURN sign in front of 325 Harvard St (for cars coming out of Centre St Lot onto Harvard St) very faded. Cars taking left turn causing congestion/traffic backup.
OPENED 9 months ago #38792
Damaged Sign at 42.34 N 71.12 W

Damaged Sign at 42.34 N 71.12 W

Pole with STOP sign and "Littell Rd" sign turned around/wrong direction. Cars coming down Littell Rd not stopping.
OPENED 9 months ago #38782
Damaged Sign at 42.34 N 71.12 W

Damaged Sign at 42.35 N 71.12 W

OPENED 9 months ago #38769
Damaged Sign at 42.35 N 71.12 W

Damaged Sign at 1182 1188 Boylston St, Chestnut Hill

In 2022, the pole on the SW corner of Rt 9/Hammond St was replaced. The sign alerting drivers making a right turn onto Rt 9 from Hammond St “Yield to Pedestrians” was removed and not replaced.
OPENED 9 months ago #38600

Damaged Sign at 237 Freeman St

Historic street sign broken
OPENED 10 months ago #38371
Damaged Sign at 237 Freeman St

Damaged Sign at Brookline Ave @ Aspinwall Ave

No right on Red signs are missing from this intersection. Required by MUTCD standard due to exclusive pedestrian phase
OPENED 10 months ago #38198

Damaged Sign at 42.332N 71.119W

A sign is missing from in front of 10 White Pl. I think it was a no parking sign, but I am not entirely sure. And I'm not sure if it was removed on purpose.
OPENED 10 months ago #38134
Damaged Sign at 42.332N 71.119W

Damaged Sign at 2–106 Jordan Rd

Missing sign Jordan road. Since sidewalk corner redone about a year ago
OPENED 11 months ago #37834
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