Issues: bike concern
Whitney Ave 266-298 New Haven, Connecticut
please restripe this awful road.
Thanks! Thanked!Canner St.
Drivers speed down the hill from Prospect St. past Whitney, and drive very fast down Canner. Since Canner St. is effectively a through-street connecting different parts of town, drivers are in a hurry to get where they're going without regard to the fact that these are residential areas with a lot of pedestrian and bike traffic, kids and pets.
46 VotesFix it! Voted!597 Orange St New Haven, CT 06511, USA
a general problem throughout New Haven, but particularly bad on Orange in East Rock. sidewalks are for walking, roads are for cars and bicycles (not to mention there is a bike path on this road).
English Dr New Haven, CT 06511, USA
I am excited for New Haven to paint shared road markings this year, and I am hoping that some stretches of road by East Rock Park are included? Drivers behave extremely aggressively here despite the high volume of cyclists and pedestrians.
76 Edwards St New Haven, CT
The stretch of Edwards between Whitney and Orange is in really rough shape. There are roughly 50 pot-holes in this small stretch of road. Cars are swerving to avoid them - which is quite dangerous for traffic and really dangerous for bikes and pedestrians. Please help!
427 Whitney Ave New Haven, CT
The right-hand sharrow gets covered up by parked cars. When parked cars are present, the left-hand sharrow becomes the guide and the lane functions essentially like a bike lane.
13 VotesFix it! Voted!795 State St New Haven, CT 06511
Please put sharrows or bike lanes the entire length of Upper State Street.
There are way too many cyclists riding on the sidewalk here.
I told one cyclist today that police were giving out tickets and he said as he pulled into the road with me, "I didn;t know. There's no bike lanes or signs that tell me to be in the road."
The streets smarts campaign is a start but it falls short of reminding riders and drivers where they should ride when they are actually riding.
603 Orange St New Haven, CT 06511, USA
Parallel parking cars come inches from hitting locked bicycles here daily! The rack requires bicycles I be positioned perpendicular to street & sidewalk. This results in wheels that protrude to edge of street, and occasionally obstruct sidewalk.