Issues: bike concern
10 VotesFix it! Voted!17 Mile Rd Between Mound Rd And Van Dyke
Railroad overpass allows no legal / safe method to cross over railroad tracks on 17 Mile Road between Mound Rd and Van Dyke. Please add a bike / walking lane with Jersey barrier type dividers to ensure safety of walkers / bike riders.
Church Road And Old Concord smyrna, GA
Please complete the incomplete sidewalk from the bridge on church road to Ennisbrook. Also please complete the incomplete sidewalk on old concord between church road and concord road. You have to walk or bike into traffic just to get to concord road from church. This is dangerous and both dangerous incomplete sidewalks could be corrected with just a few feet of concrete to connect these sidewalks.
672 11th St Oakland, CA
Between Castro St. and MLK, on 11th street, there are several large potholes and patches of uneven road which can potentially cause damage to bike tires or injury to cyclists. As there is no bike lane on this road, cyclists are forced into this side area with little room to avoid the holes.
9680 E Paseo San Rosendo Tucson, AZ 85747, USA
There is a pothole running for approximately 50 yards in the center of the street creating a hazard for children on bicycles and scooters.
Kimball Avenue from Shunpike headed west (on north side of road)
Along Kimball Ave headed West, tall plants on the north side of the road extend into the bike lane, making bicyclists choose between a) biking through the growth in the bike lane or b) swerving left to avoid biking through the plant growth.
Some weedwacking would solve this pretty easily.
Park Rd. South Burlington, VT
Faded crosswalk where bike path crosses Park Rd
152 Dorset St South Burlington, VT 05403, USA
The intersection in front of Barnes & Noble on Dorset St has a traffic signal for cars, but no pedestrian signals. This creates a dangerous situation where a pedestrian could be unexpectedly struck by a car who receives a green light. (See photo)
288-338 Dorset St South Burlington, VT 05403, USA
This intersection has a traffic signal for cars, but no pedestrian signal on the Dorset St sidewalk./bike path, creating a dangerous situation in which pedestrians and bicyclists don't know if cars will suddenly get a green light. (Pedestrian signals exist for *crossing* Dorset St, but not following the sidewalk along Dorset St.)
4 East Terrace South Burlington, VT
For many months, these markings have been absent. The worst is the faded turn signal markings. The center lane (because of lack of markings) is now being used by people to turn Left, Straight, or Right...depending on how they are feeling. You add a bicycle into the mix and it becomes a lot of close calls. I live off this street and this is a common problem and have almost gotten hit by people from this center lane many times. These markings need to be painted back on and turn signal signs put on the Traffic Light to prevent any more close calls like this. Repainting the markings would also help with traffic since there is no lane lines, cars end up in each other's lanes...causing a back up in traffic.