|Assigned to:||Unassigned |
|Created:||Jvdleftcoaster at August 22, 2007 - 9:39pm |
|Status:||New (Class II (bike lane) / Priority major) |
|Case ID:||: -842 |
pothole or pavement cracks
hazardous drainage grate
insufficient shoulder width
This drainage grate has a dangerously wide section which could allow road bike tires to slip in, resulting in an auto accident.
Please note also that both sides of Santa Rita Road (north and southbound) near Amador high school is in very poor overall condition for bicycles, which is of great concern for students and other riders. On the southbound side between Black Ave and the railroad tracks, the bike lane has many potholes and is very uneven due to poor patching after a trench was dug through the bike lane. On the northbound side, there is insufficient width for a bike lane yet the edge of concrete gutter juts up to a height of several inches, which could cause a bike rider to be thrown into the very close adjoining auto traffic.
James Van Dyke