Broken/Eroding Pavement in the 84th Bike Lane as it Enters Bartram Ave going toward 90th ST.
hole is encroaching on bike lane
This issue is getting worse and is still not fixed
I got a message that this had been closed it is untouched and is getting more dangerous by the day.
it's so bad I have to ride on the sewer inlet against the curb which is dangerouse
Help Us with this repair.
We're now into our 2nd year, is anybody listening??????
Two small holes have been filled but the entire surface from the top of the bridge thru Bartram ave needs to be repaved. Anyone who looks can see it must have been defective from the start since the wear on that section is so much worse the the entire other side or the same side from Crane St to mid bridge.
Very unsafe ,when I have ridden my bike in this area ,it feels like I am taking my life in my own hands . Therefore ,I avoid riding here . Too dangerous ! .
A partially fixed bridge is still a inherented danger to any cyclist just getting to the fixed portion.
The entire street on the Eastwick train station side of the bridge is a swiss cheese fo potholes. Please repave this bridge before someone gets killed
Now the bike land is full of cinders and trash and is unuseable and the road surface is even worse.
So they came out and milled last week, but only half of it. The other half less than a block from the first half remains untouched. The milled pavement is an improvement over the pockmarked stuff, if only they had finished the job.
Will the city and the state ever figure out who needs to resurface and restripe this quadrant of the bridge and do it before someone gets hurt
3 years and still no help/fix
Come on now guys no one shoiuld have to wait more than 3 years to fix a situation this dangerous. The bike lane is completely obliterated by the milling and the holes remain, expecially on the downhill side onto 291 South toward Chester! Why is Eastwick always a second class citizen.