Issues: bike concern
Am Metro Bus #64 To Federal Triangle At The Corner Of 11th And Massachusetts Ave Nw WASHINGTON, DC
PROBLEMS WITH EXITING A BUS INTO BICYCLE LANES --I HAVE ALMOST GOT HIT BY A BIKER UPON EXITING THE BUS IN A BICYCLE LANE. THE BIKERS SHOULD BE YIELDING TO BUS STOPS AND THE EXITING PASSENGERS--THEY COMPLETELY WHIZ RIGHT WITHIN 2-3FT OF A PERSON EXITING THE METRO BUSES.
2049 Florida Ave Nw Washington, DC 20009
as you come down the hill on Connecticut and turn right (in the separated turn lane) onto Florida, the street is all crazy with bumps and holes and it is very dangerous, especially when on a bike.
10 Beech Street Greenfield, MA
for @ least a month there has been a young man racing on our street on the loudest dirtbike/motorbike (?) we have ever heard! It is not just deafening,it is extremely above the speed limit! He just did this again @ 10:09 pm tonight (May 9, 2012) We have children, pets, & elderly people. This person is out of control & I am only one of very many that has complained about it. I may be the only one to stop talking and actually file a formal complaint but so be it...please, can you stop him? It is so very loud-even on Conway, Wells & Davis...-we are blasted!
I WILL go out & get his plate # asap...if it is not a huge blur that is
- Acknowledged by: Greenfield, MA
Thanks! Thanked!650 Rhode Island Ave. Nw Washington, DC
The westbound bike lane on R St. does not continue through the intersection at Rhode Island Ave. (as it does at other dangerous intersections like Connecticut and R). Painting the bike lane through the intersection would improve safety for both drivers and cyclists as it would indicate where each vehicle is obligated to drive. This improvement has been made elsewhere in the city and it makes a huge difference for separating bicycles and cars in dangerous intersections. Thank you!
2613-2801 Boston Post Rd Guilford Center, CT 06437, USA
The lines on the highway designating the centerline and the pedestrian/bicycle lanes were modified in such a way that the lanes were even on both sides prior to the construction of the offices here and now the line on the southern edge is on the curbing and the northern edge is ten feet from the curb.
Does anyone at CT DOT want to comment?
11 VotesFix it! Voted!306 Webster Ave Cambridge, MA 02141
Webster Avenue is a heavily trafficked road and has always been very frightening to bike down -- with two-way traffic including the 85 and CT2 bus lines, parallel parking on both sides, and heavy industrial use of the area, you often get cars, buses, bike, and trucks stacking up behind each other because there isn't enough room for everything to get through in both directions at the same time. There shouldn't be parallel parking on both sides of this street, or the street should be one way. Both Cambridge and Somerville should take a look at it.
427 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.
14 VotesFix it! Voted!848 Arbutus Street
Tired of hearing dirt bikes ripping up and down the power lines on weekend mornings. Tired of the 4WD trucks that think it's ok to drive up the power lines at night then park and party in the woods making all sorts of noise and leaving their garbage all over the place. Tired of driving up Arbutus and seeing trucks parked at the gates ( you know - the gates they drive around -- the ones that are supposed to keep them OUT) with kids hanging out and making noise.
4 VotesFix it! Voted!Country Way Rd Antioch/Davidson, TN
People seem to be using the painted bicycle/pedestrian lanes as their personal parking spots instead of their driveways. I understand if they're having visitors over, but I walk/run in this area and have to go around these same cars belonging to home owners and into the street, which is very busy at some hours of the day. This is dangerous to anyone trying to use those lanes for what they're actually meant for. If the person has a driveway, they need to use it. This is also an issue down Shakertown Drive and other subdivisions located along the Country. Although the lanes aren't painted along all of these streets, it can be very difficult to navigate in a vehicle or on foot. It is also dangerous when small children cannot be seen behind the parked cars as theyre trying to walk across the street. It is dangerous and prevents children AND adults from being able to safely walk about the neighborhood.