Issues: bike concern
428 VotesFix it! Voted!64 Union Ave New Haven, CT 06519
If you want Bolt Bus or similar to run a line from New Haven, CT to New York Click I want this fixed too and add your email.
Bolt bus has wireless Internet, outlets, leather seats and its cheap. You can also put a bicycle under neath for free.
5 VotesFix it! Voted!7512 Lawndale Ave Philadelphia, PA 19111, USA
Vehicle - Tan/White Holiday Rambler Motor Home, PA Plate # HH-23207, 2nd District.
Why is this violation being ignored. This is a safety issue as well as a parking violation. Unsafe for traffic and pedestrians, causes blind spots. Parked on a small residential street with No Truck Parking Rule. Please contact the Philadelphia Parking Authority to have issued resolved. Previous Ticket # 1573625 was closed out stating the vehichle was properly inspected and registered. That is not the issue. Should not be permitted to park this large vehicle/truck on residential street. Last summer a child on a bike was hit due to the vehicle not being able to see any pedestrians while coming down the street. Please resolve. Thank you
3800 Bayshore Blvd Brisbane, CA
There are construction signs in the bicycle lane on a very aggressive downhill grade. While dangerous by itself, this bike lane is also separated by rumble strips (also dangerous to bicycles). This is a possible death and/or serious injury waiting to happen. Advise removing signs and eventually rumble strips.
23 VotesFix it! Voted!High St & International Blvd Oakland, CA
If anyone's ever tried to take High Street between, say, Maxwell Park or the Laurel to 880 or Alameda during the day, especially about 2-7pm, knows this horrific backup.
Here's the situation: There are two lanes of traffic in each direction, no left turn lanes, no median barrier, no bike lanes, sidewalks abutting lanes of traffic (ie, no room to widen the street). The traffic light is on the simplest cycle imaginable: green for International, green for High, repeat.
When the light turns green for High Street, traffic in the left lane almost invariably wants to turn left, and has to yield to oncoming traffic, blocking the left lane for most of the cycle of the light. Meanwhile, traffic in the right lane has to yield to the high volume of pedestrian traffic in the neighborhood, which can easily block the right lane. It is not uncommon for traffic to only be able to advance a couple of car lengths per green. To make matters worse, few drivers signal their intentions to turn, at best at the last second when it is too late to get out of their lane!
While I don't expect any progress on Oakland driving etiquette, A left turn lane would alleviate a lot of this traffic. Perhaps signs at Courtland and 880 advising through traffic to take SR 77 (42nd Avenue).
Here's my ideal situation for this intersection: approaching International on High (in either direction), there would be, from right to left, a right turn lane, a through traffic lane, a left turn lane, and the opposing through traffic lane, coupled with signalized left turns, in all four directions (there is already a left turn lane on International, but no separate signal phase). This geometry involves some slight weaving in the intersection, but only about as much as there currently is at High and Foothill. Of course, it means that technically, this would create a bottleneck as two lanes in each direction merge into only one, but one lane that actually moves would be a remarkable improvement over none!
I have to drive this stretch of road multiple times a day, and I just can't believe how long this dysfunctional intersection has remained unchanged. Thank you!
15 Webster Ave Somerville, MA
Somerville DPW ticket #212963
The whole first block of Webster out of Union Square is terribly potholed. It seems like the entire right side of the street is just a disintegrating mess of old patch jobs. In some places, the potholes are so deep that you can see the cobblestones underneath. Bikes are left with the dubious choice of taking the whole travel lane during rush hour, or staying and riding over the potholes, trying not to be thrown off their bikes.
521 Morse St Ne Washington D.C., DC 20002, USA
This motorbike broke down a long time ago. The owner chained it up to a street sign on the public sidewalk and it has now been sitting there for months. We have already called 311 twice about this, but nobody has come to remove it. Hoping maybe there will be more response from the city using this app.
Located at corner of 7th and Orleans Place NE.
8th Av And 33rd St New York, New York
There is only one bike rack station on the corner of 33rd St and 8th Av. This bike rack is always used to capacity. Considering that Penn Station is the largest transportation hub in Manhattan it warrants the installation of additional bike rack stations like the one on 33rd and 8th.
Reported from my mobile device
3 VotesFix it! Voted!Spring Street @ Russell St. Kingston
Bad Situation.. I have asked my Alderman R. Senor to address the issue of placing stop signs on Spring at the foot of Russell St. Children in the area frequently come down Russell St. onto Spring Street into oncoming traffic, via bikes, skateboards, wagons etc. 0/2/16/15 condition still exist
There is a Stop sign on Russell, however many of the kids are to small to see it, or pay attention. Please Alderpersons and Mayor, lets protect these kids from getting hit by a car, or possibly killed.
6 VotesFix it! Voted!124-126 Wrentham St Kingston, NY 12401, USA
People need to stop running the 4 way stop at Wrentham and Savoy street. People rarely stop most times they cruise through the stop sign at 20-40mph. Busy neighborhood with people walking and children riding bikes. Most people stop while on Savoy but cars driving up or down Wrentham hardly ever stop.
1857 W Winton Ave Hayward, CA 94545
There are no crosswalks between Clawiter and Depot on W. Winton. Additionally, the majority of the sidewalk corners are not handicap accessible, which forces them to dangerously ride their wheelchairs in the street until they come to a driveway.