Issues: bike concern
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Bailey Avenue Buffalo, NY
I ride my bicycle from Lackawanna all the way up to Harmac Medical Products on 2201 Bailey Avenue, and there a lot of pot holes. Even when I drive my car is in for some rough treatment.
A nice 1/2 mile strip has been repaved between Peru Place and William Street and hopefully there is more to come!
400-448 E Kalamazoo St Lansing, MI
The Kalamazoo Street bridge over the Grand River has numerous drain grates on both sides with long, wide slots that are parallel to the road. The slots are easily wide & long enough to trap a bicycle tire, which would send the cyclist flying. Could somebody add a picture?
201-215 N 16th St Philadelphia, PA 19102, USA
Heading northbound by bike on 16th just north of Race St. Car in the left-hand lane cuts across all four lanes into right turn lane and cuts bike off. Bike collides with right side of car while trying to veer out of the way. Crazy intersection with no bike lanes or indication of cars entering the right turn lane needing to yield to bikes in the right lane.
8 VotesFix it! Voted!8th And D St Ne Washington, DC
8th st and d st needs 4 way stop. It is bike lane and is intuitively a 4 way stop but 8th st traffic does not stop . 4 way stop best solution. Sign on d indicating not 4 way minimum solution. I have witnessd bad traffic accident there a few years ago. Would also help intersection from being blocked bystoplight traffic
3 VotesFix it! Voted!1035 Donnelly Ave Sw Atlanta, GA 30310, USA
There is a parallel drain grate next to the curb in the westbound lane. It is a hazard for bikes. This is especially important as this is close to the beltline trail.
1525 Jackson St Oakland, CA 94612, USA
Extreme road deterioration, in this entire, high-density block, and which is a key part of the only viable/efficient bike route between Adams Point & Lake Merritt BART. Which is another issue altogether.
57 VotesFix it! Voted!414 Whalley Ave New Haven, CT 06511
Given Whalley Ave's expansive width and high traffic volumes, and given business owners' desire to transform this space into an urban boulevard from a urban design standpoint, Whalley Avenue from the Fountain St intersection to Broadway would be the ideal location for a European/New York City-style physically separated bike lane. Ideally, this cycle track should spend most time on sidewalk level, as seen in the attached photo.
11 VotesFix it! Voted!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
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