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Comment
07-23-2016
Various authorities continue to tell me that the issue will be addressed, but to date nothing has happened. Park users continue to block the bike lane, especially on weekends, rather than paying to park in the lot.
Comment
07-01-2016
Not to beat a dead horse here, but why was this issue referred to Code Enforcement? The "helpful links" provided don't seem to offer any "help" in terms of pavement repair. I appreciate the shortage of paving funds in Oakland (and look forward to passage of this fall's infrastructure bond to address that shortage). I'm glad to know the issue is on your radar and hope that it will not be closed, but rather kept open and repaired when funds are available.
Issue Reopened
06-16-2016
What, exactly, does it mean that OPW "addressed this issue" since absolutely nothing has been done? Give me a break, folks! Stop the BS.
Comment
06-16-2016
And another further up the hill.
Comment
06-16-2016
Here's another stretch further downhill.
Comment
06-16-2016
Received notice today that this issue has been "closed." What, exactly does that mean? Absolutely no work has been done on this street and conditions continue to deteriorate. Photo attached of what it looks like today. Please explain status!
Comment
05-25-2016
No cars there today (a weekday), but they'll be back on the weekend! And... a total absence of "No Parking" signs. ;-(
Comment
05-24-2016
Interesting thought. I'll check it out, but I suspect the paving is the city's responsibility.
Comment
05-24-2016
Two years along, the road surface continues to deteriorate with new and deeper potholes.
Comment
08-08-2015
Checked the location today and the potholes have been patched. Thank you, OPW!
Comment
06-29-2015
Woo hoo! I managed to get a double snake-bite (first ever double) on this pothole, so glad to see it on the Top 10 list!
Comment
06-25-2015
Actually, I think the markings have been made by the Grizzly Peak Cylists in advance of their Century each year. Doubtful that the city is marking them with those big orange chevrons! But it would be nice if the city would patch them. ;-(
Comment
06-24-2015
GPS gives the location of this pothole as 11 Shetland Court. It is NOT on Shetland Court; it is on Skyline Blvd just north of the intersection with Grass Valley Road. If Shetland Court were extended to intersect with Skyline, that would be the approximate location of the pothole. There is a second, smaller pothole about 30 feet downhill from this one.
Comment
06-24-2015
The bike was removed over last weekend. Don't know whether it was removed by the owner or by someone else. Report can now be closed.
Issue Closed
06-21-2015
Work completed last year. Thank you.
Comment
06-19-2015
As a board member of Bike East Bay, I've checked with several who have access to databases, etc. and will continue to monitor. I'd agree with you that it's "obviously stolen," but it's been there for 3 weeks with a weak cable and yet hasn't been removed. Might actually benefit the owner if it's removed by the city before someone simply comes along and cuts the cable. If you have access to local email groups, please post it.
There are a number of instances of broken pavement in the stretch of Skyline between the EBMUD reservoir and Joaquin Miller Road. A couple have been poorly patched, but most remain open and some have increased in size. Additionally, patches that were previously made on the two switchbacks are starting to deteriorate and could soon present a hazard to bicyclists. Most of the spots are in the downhill lane, thus presenting a greater hazard to bicyclists, especially in the shaded areas where they are difficult to see at any distance.
Comment
09-26-2014
120 Days now and nothing yet done.
Comment
05-12-2014
More broken pavement further downhill.