Issues: bike concern
Governor John Davis Lodge Turnpike Fairfield, CT
i am taking a guess at the map location, as i've only seen it from the metro north into NYC, there is a tent city located very near a highway entrance in fairfield, just before the tennis courts of a school (fairfield prep?). i wouldn't make a big fuss if they were peacefully coexisting, but the last time saw them, i noticed a huge pile of bikes. as a cyclist, who has had bikes stolen in the past, this is a huge red flag to me.
7 Calf Pasture Beach Rd Norwalk, CT 06855, USA
calk pasture is the main road to access the public beach in Norwalk, however there is about 100 yards of sidewalk that is so narrow you have to walk single file. People and bikes are often forced off the sidewalk and out into the roadway. There also happens to be a blind turn which makes it even more dangerous.
I suggest removing the asphalt center median at this location which is roughly 3 feet wide and widening the sidewalk or making a short bike lane to protect the pedestrians, joggers and cyclists that frequently use the road/sidewalk. It is a precarious situation that is an accident waiting to happen.
42 VotesFix it! Voted!Kimberly Avenue Bridge Between West Haven And New Haven
The Kimberly Avenue Bridge connecting West Haven and New Haven is extremely dangerous and makes traveling between the cities by bicycle very difficult. The east-bound traffic heading for the I-95 on ramp treats the right lane as part of that ramp and routinely accelerates to 50+ mph. There is no shoulder, cars cut each other off to gain position, the lane is often littered with broken glass and in the winter, the sidewalk goes uncleared, forcing pedestrians into the road.
5621-5639 Marsh Rd Haslett, MI 48840, USA
there are several inches of gap ( a joint perhaps?) in the pavement in the northbound side of Marsh road just south of the bridge over the railroad tracks. it is dangerous to small vehicles, such as a bicycle.
7 VotesFix it! Voted!2000 Block Of Washington Ave Philadelphia, PA
THIS ISSUE SHOULD NOT HAVE BEEN ARCHIVED AS IT REMAINS A PROBLEM.
Right next to the "no angle parking" the cars are parked at an angle, blocking the entire bike lane. Needs enforcement!
In addition, the businesses there monopolize the bike lane with their gravel and sand, making it dangerous to travel in the bike lane, and "safer" to travel in the right-hand motor vehicle lane.
84 Walnut St S Hamilton, ON L8N 2L3, Canada
There are two bike-unfriendly sewer grates on Walnut where it goes under the rail bridge between Agusta and Hunter. They are on the East side of the street.
Locke And Hunter Hamilton, ON
There are 3 bike-unfriendly sewe grates at Locke St. South & Hunter. Two are on Hunter (North East side right at Locke and South West side just past Locke). One is on Locke, on the West side, just north of Hunter.
44 Hunt Hamilton, ON
Nicholas Mancini Centre (NMC) located at 44 Hunt Street does not have any bike parking near building or in the large adjacent parking lot.