Issues: bike concern
S Burlington Bike Path South Burlington, VT 05403, USA
This is may be where Roger Bombardier intended to report the sign issue. The Rec Path Committee discussed this: August 3, 2009
"Path Maintenance Issues/Concerns-
Proceeding south on Phase 3 of the recreation path, across from the UVM Farm, you encounter stop signs on the path going in both directions. There is also a road that meets at this intersection coming from UVM buildings (UVM Entomology). The intersection is somewhat blocked by a row of hedges. It is difficult for bikers to see if a car is coming from the road, and cars that do come from the road need to proceed out further than normal to see beyond the hedges before entering Spear Street. Tom will check with Bruce to see if some of this is in the City ROW, or if it is UVM property. If in the City ROW, perhaps the hedges could be trimmed back."
106 W Circular St Saratoga Springs, NY 12866, USA
When my kids and I cross W. Circular Street from the bike path there is no overhead street light and no stop sign. Traffic speeds through here all the time.
Little Neck Parkway And 255th Street Little Neck, NY 11363, USA
What appears to be teenagers driving a dirt bike (does not look legal- no brake light, etc.) and a white BMW around the block. The white BMW following the dirt bike drives recklessly behind and sometimes, besides the dirt bike.
818-898 Wyatt Way Nw Bainbridge Island, WA 98110, USA
Water is actively seeping up out of the pavement and collecting in the bike lane. This is leading to pavement failure and is dangerous for bicycles.
1399 N Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd Fort Lauderdale, FL 33305, USA
Can we get the bike lane removed along A1A between Sunrise Blvd and ~NE 18th St. in both directions replacing them with [bike] sharrows in the right vehicle lane? (with proper merging to/from the bikelanes, ie: bikebox @ NB A1A & Sunrise)
I find the bike lanes along this stretch of A1A to be pretty dangerous with cars pulling in and out of spaces, people opening doors without looking, unloading cars etc., especially during spring break & summer.
Island Line Rail Trail Burlington, VT 05401, USA
A Sharrow marking is being used to show where bicycles should enter the Burlington Bike Path, where no motorized vehicles are allowed. This was not the intended meaning of the Sharrow, which comes from SHared ARROW.
601-625 Townsend St San Francisco, CA 94107, USA
The bike lane on townsend (Northbound) between 7th and 8th has no markings and is bordered on the right by unused rail. Cars don't realize this is a bike lane and frequently enter it without checking for bikes. Compounding this problem, there is no designated left turn lane at 7th so cars attempting to avoid sitting behind other cars turning left quickly switch into the ambiguously marked right lane. This is particularly dangerous because of the rails on the right side of the bike lane because bikers end up caught between a rock (car) and a hard place (tracks that can swallow bike tires).
Please mark the bike lane and cover the tracks if possible.
301-331 E Michigan Ave Lansing, Michigan
No bike racks in front of the Lansing Center. Disapointing that racks were not included last year when this section o sidewalk was completely rebuilt. lots of ballards and 15 hand rails to get up a couple steps though.