Thanks for fixing this issue!
You are the best James!
Eagle Eye, this is incredibly stressful and dangerous for a person who can not pass in a wheel chair.
You rock James. Sorry I did not come out and say hi. I'm across the street. I got walks to the left and right of us earlier. You are the best.
Oh I see, the walk was not fully done. Someone is out there now doing it!
Looks shoveled to me.
It does seem that efficiencies could be created if they consolidated some of the lines and changed the routes a bit.
It should be pointed out that Edgewood is not a major route for cars as compared to other major thoroughfares in the city. Edgewood is traveled very little by vehicles for an urban thoroughfare. This is one of the reasons why folks are advocating for cycle lanes here as opposed to Whalley or Chapel where there should also be cycle lanes in the future. In 15 years it is highly unlikely that transportation or cities look anything like they do today and we need to adopt our infrastructure or get comfortable with a continued exodus from the State and declining home prices and job opportunities.
I understand your concern. Some things to consider:
- This bike lane will not adversely affect business. All empirical data suggests it will improve business and home prices.
- Even if there was a small near term impact on 20 home owners and three businesses, their interests can not come at the expense and safety of a neighborhood and the city.
I fully appreciate you speaking up for your position on the matter. I'm sure I appear a righteous bike advocate. I'm not. I'm your neighbor. It's hard for neighbors with forward looking visions for the City to see your case as something more than, 'my parking is more important than your or children's safety.'
I noticed this when I visited here on Friday. Crazy how much disrepair this property has fallen into.
I would support no smoking within 50 feet of bus stops!
Has this been resolved?
This was fixed
This is still not fixed.
Reggie found his way home!