Issues: bike concern
2200 Chestnut St Philadelphia, PA 19103, USA
The bike lane that runs from University City along Chestnut disappears at 23rd St. when the right lane becomes a bus and bike only lane during rush hour (excepting right turns). However, many cars disregard the fact that bikes, and not cars, should be in the right lane and frequently try and squeeze bikes out of the right lane between 22nd and 20th Sts.
(1) better policing of this area
(2) additional signage at 22nd indicating the bike lane and right lane merge
5 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.
19th Ave And East 15th Street Oakland, CA
All the road surface at this intersection is full of potholes and significant road disrepair. As a biker, it's a danger to my safety, because having to pay so much attention to avoiding potholes makes it harder to also stay safe from cars! Lots of us bike down East 15th every day without any better option - please help us stay safe!
423 East St Westwood, MA 02090, USA
I use this sidewalk frequently and it is very dangerous. It is very narrow and uneven to walk on.It's nearly impossible for a childs carriage or bicycle to fit without having to go in the street. I feel it's just a matter of time before there is a very bad incident that will happen there. I am hoping maybe a safty barrier or solid fence of some kind could be installed so as to keep anyone from slipping into the traffic until something better is done.
8 VotesFix it! Voted!Allens Avenue At Point St. Providence, RI 02905, USA
Bike lane ends abruptly where Allens Avenue intersects Point Street. All of a sudden, cyclists are forced into the traffic lane. Cars are not expecting this. Compounding the problem are drains and potholes that further limit space for cyclists at the side of the road. To fix this, consider 1) eliminating one traffic lane (there are 3) to allow space for cyclists, or 2) replace sidewalk with bi-directional, bike-path style shared space for walkers and cyclists, or 3) at least paint a visible lane and put up a bike sign so cars will be expecting the lane to end. This is very dangerous as it is.
84th St At Bartram Ave(291)
Broken/Eroding Pavement in the 84th Bike Lane as it Enters Bartram Ave going toward 90th ST.
New Hampshire 1a Portsmouth, NH 03801, USA
Both this Bridge and the U.S. Route 1B Bridge between New Castle Island and the main land south of the Wentworth-by-the Sea have treacherous steel grates that are unsafe to ride unless your bicycle is equipped with wide mountain bike tires
7 VotesFix it! Voted!61 Argonne Ave Hamilton, NJ 08620, USA
People of all ages drive their cars way over the speed limit on this street (Argonne Avenue) and on Elton Avenue from where Sunnybrea Boulevard ends to where Sunnybrea School is located. These roads are not being monitored. I recently saw a woman almost hit a boy on a bicycle on Argonne. She actually backed up and yelled at the boy! She was speeding down the road and the boy had no time to get out of the way. Someone should do something before there is an accident and someone gets hurt!
1205 Spruce St Philadelphia, PA
It's been parked in the bike lane for more than an hour with the engine running. Bicyclists have to divert and other trucks can hardly get past.