Issues: bike concern
2 Essex St San Francisco, CA 94105, USA
The Bike lane running in between the two freeway entrance lanes turning on to Essex has become less safe with the addition of cones requiring cars to turn right. I've been cut off twice now by vehicles realizing they want to go straight. Also the bike lane just disappears at that point. All around this is not a very safe layout.
227 W 13th St New York, NY 10011, USA
Two bikes have been left on a bike rack in front of Integral Yoga for over a month. They haven't moved, are junkers. Loss of use of a bike rack in a heavily biked area means collateral damage to trees as people lock where they can. Is there a legal way to notify owners if any and then have city remove? (I'm noticing more and more bike racks around the village being used in this way).
9403 Oregon 99 E Portland, OR 97217, USA
Dear ODOT, please take 3' of each of the outer lanes on MLK between the Columbia Slough and Marine Drive and stripe it as a buffer for the bike lane. As it stands I feel like I’m bicycle on a freeway shoulder. I know some people like to do that, but not me.
When you find the funding, a much better course of action in the long term would be to convert MLK to a 3-lane arterial and use the extra space for a separated two-way bike path to connect the I-5 bike path and Northeast Portland.
Office Park Dr Little Rock, AR 72201, USA
A large amount of sand is on the road that goes under the Cantrell viaduct where it comes back out on LaHarpe at the little sewage plant, at the west end of Cathedral School. This is a bicycle route and I nearly went down in the sand. It is getting very thick there for some reason.
13950 Watersway Dr Gibraltar, MI 48173, USA
Causing Vechiles to Scrap
Causing Rims to go bad
Causing Bicycle tires to go flat
This really needs to be fixed
Responsible parties are
Edward Braver(Condo Owner)
Condo President will not access this Issue
So Pleae do something on this issue
Jones Mill Road Chevy Chase, MD
Dear Dr. Gridlock:
Jones Mill Rd. [in Chevy Chase] going north from Jones Bridge Rd. is an accident waiting to happen.
The road is narrow, with one lane each way, and there is no sidewalk or shoulder. There's also a nasty curve just north of the Jones Bridge Rd. intersection. Pedestrians and cyclists who try to negotiate this stretch of road risk becoming roadkill. Meanwhile, traffic zips by at 40+ mph; coming up on the curve, drivers cannot see the road ahead nor anything on it.
During the afternoon rush hour, I have see folks on foot and bike [including children] try to dash up this stretch before getting hit. Drivers coming around the curve can't see them and can't swerve to avoid them if there are cars in the oncoming lane.
How about widening the road slightly to put in a walker/biker lane? Or installing speed bumps? Who's in charge?!
June R. Wyman
12 Peony Dr.
Gaithersburg, MD 20877
161-199 Butler Rd Quincy, MA 02169, USA
At the end of Butler Rd where it meets with Merrymount Rd, the road is crumbling and leaving chunks of loose asphalt.
Have seen two cars now blow tires driving over the asphalt and one child fall off their bike when hitting a chunk of road.
293-399 W Wright Ave Shepherd, MI 48883, USA
He lives in the house next to the park. He is always drunk, rides his pedal bike and motorized tricycle up and down the sidewalk. Usually has something rude or vulgar to say if you walk by.
Our kids use that park and walk on those sidewalks. I have only lived in Shepherd a couple of years but I can't believe I'm the only one that thinks its time to do something about that guy (we do still have 2 Shepherd police officers right?).