4901 4999 Oregon 99 E Portland, OR 97211, USA
Almost everyday while driving home across the intersection of NE Alberta and MLK drivers seem to form two lines at th stop light due to drivers turning left holding up drivers continuing straight on Alberta. Most of the time these drivers turn right however very often they are just passing other drivers continuing east on Alberta. This causes major issues after crossing MLK and attempting to remerge into the one lane street. This is rude and deserves traffic fines for those trying to pas other east bound traffice
6 VotesFix it! Voted!Fostre Holgate 82nd Ave Portland, OR
82nd road inbetween foster and holgate roadway has been this way for 15 years it is a tire buster
Nw Fremont Bridge Portland, OR 97227, USA
Signage suggestion. On the I-405 bridge that heads East towards I-5, there is no signage that alerts a driver that the far left lane is where you want to be if you are heading for I-5 South. The only signage towards that exit is for 30 and the Dalles. That seems like the
and I'm sure leads to many people heading North when they want to be heading South. Or, people in the Right lane who end up getting off on Fremont.
just a thought.
- heard back from ODOT. They seem to think things are wrong, but unfixable. I'd suggest fix the problem by making it very clear all along the bridge which side leads you where and to what. We can handle the extra signage!!!
update: best would probably be to hang the signs overhead as there is lots of space there. And do it early on the bridge so people can get into the lanes they need to be in quickly.
14 VotesFix it! Voted!4093 Ne 33rd Ave Portland, OR 97212
The stretch of NE 33rd between Prescott and Fremont really needs some ways to calm the traffic down. Signage, speed-traps, traffic humps, whatever - cars are cruising through here - both dangerous and noisy.
though the speed limit says 30, cars go 40+
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4512 Ne 37th Ave Portland, OR 97211, USA
Cars in both directions are crossing the yellow line by almost a whole car width. Speed bumps to make them slow down before the two 90 degree turns would help or a barrier between the lanes.
Wildwood Trail Portland, Oregon
On the Wildwood trail, roughly 100 feet northwest of the Mac Trail intersection, a large tree branch has nearly snapped off, creating a bridge across the trail with smaller branches hanging low. If the main branch completely breaks off it could fall on some unlucky hiker.
Map location may not be precise due to lack of detail.
Sw Capitol Hwy At Sw 4oth Portland, OR
Vehicles traveling south bound on SW 40th often run the stop sign, Traffic north bound on SW Capitol Hwy (downhill) speeds on Capitol Hwy into dangerous intersection (right to Multnomah Village, left to SW 40th). Traffic coming from SW 40th and Multnomah Village on Capitol Hwy merges into the same dangerous intersection. Vehicles speed both ways on Capitol Hwy but they say nothing can be done because there is no place for police to hide!
Suggestions- paint stop at 40th stop sign and paint stop ahead on SW 40th pavement. Paint guiding lines to tell drivers where to go on in the dangerous intersection. Request (again) for flashing speed sign for Capitol Hwy north bound approximately SW Freeman & Capitol Hwy.