Issues: bike concern
7 VotesFix it! Voted!515 S Mathews Ave Urbana, IL 61801, USA
The city of Urbana owns this street which falls on university property. Not only are there zero stop signs on an entire pedestrian and bike road, the pot holes are tremendous, and storm water run off is atrocious. The university can't fix it because Urbana owns it. For the safety of the students Urbana should look in to this street.
- Acknowledged by: Champaign, IL
3 VotesFix it! Voted!
Thanks! Thanked!237-313 Commercial St Nevada City, CA
The bollard is planned for the future, but not yet installed.
Thanks! Thanked!3651-3699 Nimitz Blvd San Diego, CA 92107, USA
Dig up and replace with grate with a new grate with slats going in two axes (bike friendly) and remove the deep hole
17 VotesFix it! Voted!N Main & Center Wallingford, CT
One solution to Wallingford's parking issues is to encourage people to drive less. One way to do that would be to provide bike racks so people can ride into downtown.
If you would like to see this too please respond and tell us where you think the best place would be:
A) Town Hall (45 South Main Street)
B) Simpson Court (50 N Main St)
C) The Train Station (37 Hall Ave)
D) Your suggestion
5 VotesFix it! Voted!Olivia St (One-Way) Derby, CT 06418, USA
cars going down olivia do not obey the speed limit. they go anywhere from 40 - 55mph, there are alot of kids playing and riding their bikes, and a car going that fast will not have a chance to stop, also there have been alot of cars that are going down the wrong way, i wonder if people can actually read signs. this problem really needs to be fixed before its too late for a child. remember schools out and summer is here.
1100 18th Street Nw Washington D.C., DC
Pavement in 18th Street NW (DC) between K and M street is in very bad shape. Thousands of bikes use this route daily to go north from business downtown towards other locations, and are specially in danger because the state of the pavement in the street road. An urgent re-pavement or partial fixing is needed.
- Acknowledged by: DC 311
5288 Umbria St Philadelphia, PA
The bike lanes on Umbria Street, across from the golf center, are covered with mud. The problem is caused by poor drainage on the far side. A volunteer from the Bike Coalition cleaned up the worst of it.
This is a recurring problem -
March 29, 2010,
5288 5398 Umbria St Philadelphia
2 VotesFix it! Voted!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.
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118 VotesFix it! Voted!Forbes Ave New Haven, CT 00
Be very careful crossing the tracks on your bike. Go slow and cross perpendicular to the rails. Signage is desperately needed. See http://groups.yahoo.com/group/elmcitycycling/message/8023