Issues: bike concern
Hudson Shores Apts Watervliet, NY 12189, USA
Its really a shame that watervliet couldnt do anything about hudson shores apts
this is not a thoroughfare so can you kindly ask your children to pls keep their boards and bikes off this property as it is private. their has been such an awful decrease in the use of the property of the people that live there...imagine coming out of your apt and getting run into by a bicyclist doing tricks or on those skateboards...then again who suffers...
save the tricks for someplace else...
perhaps the city of watervliet would like to open a boarders dome for the skaters and that would eliminate that problem...and for the bicyclists sidewalks and bike paths ..so please...
let hudson shores please remain in peace...dont make the people afraid to come outside...for some that is the only solace they can have so dont take it from them...imagine going to your drs and not being able to make the appt bec you were run down by speeding byclists or skateboarders...doing flips..
please you all have a lot more room to roam in then we do in our little corner of this wonderful city..so please let us live in peace ...and do your part...
you would think that perhaps the school or city could open an area of the city for such things ...
so please..whoever you are stay away from hudson shores unless of course you live there or have family that does as you are all welcome...
and why your at it ....can you stay away from price chopper also...again that is a major thoroughfare ....but with all the little bikesters and skaters and smokers its becoming impossible to grocery shop...
imagine your grandmother getting run over by a skater ...hmm...that wouldnt be to nice would it ...not to mention the blind the elderley...the disabled both physically and mentally so pls do your part and lets make watervliet city of the year...we do have a nice city...it is by far the greatest...
but we have to work at it so pls again do your part...
thank you on behalf of all 0-102!
97 Johnston Ave Cohoes, NY 12047, USA
The ramps leading down to the Cohoes Bike Trail are completely overgrown on Johnston Avenue and Vliet Street. The City of Cohoes should be maintaining the trail better, so that it is safer for pedestrians and bicyclists.
13 VotesFix it! Voted!Spruce St 7th St Philadelphia, PA 19106, USA
Riding on spruce st bike lane begining from 3rd till 23rd people been using the bike lane as a parking lane ,always parked cars at 3rd and 5th on spruce ;and same on pine street, between 22nd and 6th having to swerve around at least 10-12 parked cars , and when said something, got screamed and harassed to a fist fight, just kept riding. during the day i have had cars use the bike lane as a passing lane too,at spruce and 8th +9th +10th. do not feel safe in the bike lanes!
2 VotesFix it! Voted!137-139 Consaul Rd Albany, NY 12205, USA
This area is within easy walking distance of stores at the Rte 5/Rte 155 intersection, but the road has no shoulders, no sidewalks, narrow lanes, 45 mph traffic, and blind hills and curves. In this regard, it is like many other town roads in the area. Meanwhile, the Town of Colonie is sitting on a draft sidewalk and bikeway plan and doing nothing with it.
Broadway And York New Haven, CT
Bike parking needed along Broadway and York - bikes are locked to all available posts (which are not bike racks) and there still isn't enough space. What about taking out a parking space for bike parking along York? http://www.bta4bikes.org/btablog/2010/09/14/business-and-private-donors-fund-bends-first-bike-corral/
40 Temple St. New Haven, CT
I think 40 Temple (housing dozens of medical offices) could use a bike rack. There are many meters, but when I park my bike on these meters, I worry that I'm making it difficult for 40 Temple's clients to enter and exit their cars. Many of 40 Temple's clients are elderly, sick, or for other reasons use a walker or wheel chair. It'd be nice to keep access to their cars clear.
3 VotesFix it! Voted!
12th Street Ne Monroe Street NE, Washington, DC
As a Brookland resident and an advocate for DC and all the great things the city has to offer, it is embarrassing to walk with my family through Brookland's "main street" (12th St NE) and see all the trash, discarded cans, bottles everywhere. Commercial businesses along 12 St NE as well as semi-permanent vendors like City Bikes and others should be held accountable for cleaning up their premises and locations. Metro has a responsibility as well to clean up around their area. It seems that the city nor the commercial property owners are doing anything about the trash problem. Brookland residents are keeping up their properties and should not have to constantly pick and up around commercial business. I wish the city had the same sense of responsibility to enforce clean up initiatives for commercial business owners. LOCATION-all along 12th St NE, between Michigan Ave. and Monroe St. NE, down Monroe St. NE, over bridge towards Michigan Ave.