Tri-County Area (Ingham, Clinton, Eaton), MI

Open Issues: 322 Closed Issues: 399 Acknowledged Issues: 50

This is the SeeClickFix watch area for the Greater Lansing/ Tri-County area. Please report any problems with the roads, sidewalks, bike lanes, shoulders, off-road paths (county, city, township), etc. in this area. Your friends in the SeeClickFix community will get alerted and local agencies will as well in order to remedy the problem. Thanks! Tim Potter, MSU Bikes

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  • Hannah Boulevard east lansing, Michigan - Okemos

    Large Pothole in first turning lane. Majority of cars must utilitize as it is the first MI turnaround to go onto campus aka Service Road from Hagadorn Road. Tires fall into and causing unecessary car problems and risks.

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  • Kalamazoo And Regent St. Lansing, MI - Lansing

    The small section of bike lane along westbound Kalamazoo St. just past Regent is in very bad condition and poses a majority safety concern for bicyclists who come upon it unexpectedly. It's been like this for sometime now. The pavement is crumbling severely. I believe a plow may have caught some of the deteriorating pavement last winter and actually pushed part of the roadbed up and onto the curb leaving a dangerous mixture of deep potholes and mounded asphalt. I've been meaning to post this for some time now. I first noticed it this Spring, but it has gotten progressively worse over the summer and into the fall.

    It's such a small patch, it would be great if the City could still get this fixed this fall, potentially when you are making other roadway repairs around town. The Township just finished patching a small portion of road and bike lane just East of this. Would have been a great time for neighborly collaboration.

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  • Kalamazoo Street Lansing, Michigan - Lansing

    The Kalamazoo bike lane (as I imagine are all the bike lanes and shoulders within the City) is extremely dangerous right now. It is filled with a thick accumulation of dirt, glass, and other debris (see photo). The bottom of the downhill eastbound stretch right in front of Hunter Park is especially dangerous as it has collected all the debris from the street over the entire winter. Riding over that stretch at higher speeds from going downhill is extremely hazardous, especially because the parallel roadway right through there is laden with deep pot holes. Scary combination, especially if are not aware of the hazard before descending down the hill. I notified the traffic department about this problem area almost a month ago. Hopefully you can get out there to have it cleaned up right away. With today as the first day of Bike Month, it certainly would be appropriate and appreciated to sweep all the bike lanes/shoulders throughout the City. Thanks for looking into this.

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  • 411 W Madison St Lansing Charter Township, MI 48906, USA - Lansing

    300 block of Madison between Seymour & Walnut, 50' section is impassable.

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  • 900 N Walnut St Lansing, MI - Lansing

    Traffic light at oakland and walnut is out. Most drivers aren't stopping ala 4 way stop fashion so be very careful. North of here there are downed power lines and tree limbs N of Kilborn on walnut st.

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  • 3400 Inverary Lansing, MI - Lansing

    Can there not be some manner of device permanent or temporary to slow traffic on Inverary. Each day I witness 20 to 30 cars clearly exceeding a safe neighborhood speed. From the intersections of Norwich to the east to Glasgow at the west there is not a single traffic control device or sign.
    Recently on a neighboring street, (Brisbane) the city placed the trailer mounted speed device, but placed it within 200 ft. of a stop sign. (a speed control device on its own) now how effective is that. Bring it, and a stop sign to my street before a neighborhood child is hurt or killed.

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  • No Sidewalks Archived
    4101 S. Waverly Rd Lansing, MI - Lansing

    Between Holmes Rd and Maybelle pedestrians must either walk in the street or on top of snow banks.
    Sidewalks need to be installed.

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  • Trowbridge Road East Lansing, Michigan - Michigan State University

    Are the bicycle lanes going to be plowed at some point? It hasn't snowed significantly during the past 24hours and the bike lanes are still packed with ice and snow. I would ride in the bike lane if it was just fresh snow. But all the clumps of ice and packed snow that have been thrown onto the bike lanes make them unusable. Side walks are clear. But I'm not allowed to use them per MSU ordinance. That puts me in the car lane. Please plow the streets (the whole street) properly.

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  • 1300-1306 Jerome Street Lansing, Michigan - Lansing

    If Jerome is going to be promoted as the recommended bike route parrallel to Michigan Ave. (which it has been and is by many bicyclists and advocates in the area as it is a nice, quiet route through a lovely neighborhood) then this needs a safer, better engineered solution to allow bicyclists to pass through than the current circus tricks one has to do to travel down Jerome.

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  • 1228 E Kalamazoo St Lansing, MI - Lansing

    The Kalamazoo St. bike lane is full of gravel, glass and broken car parts ever since the snow melt. I imagine the rest of Lansing's bike lanes are in a similar state. Scheduling bike lane sweepings immediately following the last snow melt will improve safety and encourage more bicycle commuting.

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  • 3200-3298 East Kalamazoo Street Lansing, MI - Lansing

    I understand that the City of E. Lansing will be resurfacing Kalamazoo St. east of the bridge over the Red Cedar here; haven't heard anyone mention if Kalamazoo west of the bridge is going to be resurfaced which it desperately needs. The potholes and broken up pavement, particularly in the east-bound lane, are really bad from S. Clippert all the way to the bridge.

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  • 1300-1320 West Grand River Avenue East Lansing, Michigan - East Lansing

    Tree and bush branches are hanging way too far into the bike lane. The owner of this house/property should be contacted and reminded to cut back his plants. Bikes have to get out of the bike lane and merge into the regular traffic lane to avoid collision with the branches.

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