I figured that this would be a great place to create a listing of local newspapers and/or magazines that provide a regular forum for people to ask questions about and/or to gripe about "why things are?" on their local roadways.
Case in point: The Cleveland Plain Dealer has a twice-a-week column called "Road Rant", which gives a chance for their readers to voice complaints about everything from non-working street lights to poor signage to potholes and much more. The column covers highway questions in the Northeast Ohio area, closer to Cleveland than Akron and usually runs on Tuesdays & Fridays. The column can also be found at cleveland.com .
An example of one of these columns is here: http://www.cleveland.com/roadrant/index.ssf/2011/10/cleveland_and_brooklyn_a_bit_t.html
I know several years ago, the Detroit Free Press did a similar column as well (not sure if it still does). Are there any other similar columns out there that regularly cover local roadways and their deficiencies?