34 Cottage Street Watertown, MA 02472, USA
Ground collapsing under pavement on Cottage St.
This has been this way for over 2 weeks. I looked into the hole and the ground has eroded to more than 3" deep in spots. You can see in the picture that it is pretty deep.
I'm concerned because if the road collapses there is no alternative way to exit Cottage St.
6 VotesFix it! Voted!Sycamore Street Watertown, MA
For the entire portion of Sycamore Street there is only one crosswalk in Watertown on it and that is at the very end where it meets Belmont Street. This is an area with a lot of foot traffic due to the Commuter Rail and buses in Waverly Square. We also have an issue with cars speeding down this street. I think we are long overdue for a crosswalk on Sycamore Street. The ideal spot would be at the half way point between the end of Sycamore Street at Lexington Street in Belmont and where Sycamore ends at Belmont Street in Watertown.
465-467 Arsenal St Watertown, MA 02472, USA
Arsenal Street in the Arsenal/Watertown Mall area has a whole bunch of closely-spaced mistimed traffic lights.
The lights give long reds to Arsenal Street traffic, even when there's no cross traffic or opposing left turners. And they're not synchronized, so lights often turn red just as a pack of cars gets there from the previous light.
It takes much longer than it should to drive through this area, even late in the evening.
This is especially a problem for the thousands of passengers on the 70/70A bus, who don't have the option of taking an alternate road.
Please retime these lights!
96 Galen Street Watertown, MA 02472, USA
The lights on Gaylin Street and Nonatum rd Are causing back up. The traffic it's backed up on the bridge and then the traffic is in front of the ongoing traffic trying to get past them this happens during morning rush hour someone needs to direct traffic at that time to make sure traffic runs smoothly
1 Charles River Road Watertown, MA 02472, USA
Pothole and separately a collapsed piece of road near a storm drain with a hole several feet deep. Right side of Rt 20 East in right hand turn slip road right before large intersection.
Watertown Residential Sidewalks Watertown, MA
Some residents are great -and it's appreciated!
- do only enough to get to their cars.
- go only as far as their 'property line' piling snow into a mountain pedestrians cannot cross.
- ignore the sidewalk/street barrier
- do NOTHING.
Please -if you are/or know of folks who need help -refer them to snow crew.org.
Please don't force us and our children into traffic