Earlier this week, we wrote about how the city's 311 hoards requests for curb-ramps, failing to make information about the requests available. Lame! But fortunately, Curbed reader Ben Berkowitz at SeeClickFix whipped up an awesome solution.
You can use the above widget (or go directly to their site) to submit a request for a curb ramp. SeeClickFix will process your request and forward it to the people in SF city government who need to see it. And they'll also publicly display your request on a map, so you can see who else has been making requests near you.
As our colleagues at SF Appeal put it: See, 311? It's not that hard.