Agreed - the condition of the road surface on Chabot Road makes it a serious hazard. Patching the deep holes and fissures hasn't helped much, and given that Chabot gets lots of bicycle traffic (including school children) and heavy use by automobiles, repaving really should be a priority.
Dear Anonymous: Any idea how much time I've wasted cleaning smellyt crap off my kids' shoes? Maybe you're not one of those dog owners who run their pets in restricted areas and then don't clean up after them, but I don't see why you should insult me simply for asking folks to obey the signs. I do agree that more dog parks would be great.
This hole is NOT fixed, although someone did take the time to paint a white line around it. It's still a hole.
Well said Robert.
martel: White lines painted on College clearly show two southbound lanes between Kales and Hudson/Manila. There are merge arrows painted on the right lane before the intersection indicating that traffic in the right line should merge left. Beyond the intersection there is only one southbound lane.
Good point. I've seen many near-misses at that intersection -- really bad idea to allow cars to move over to the right lane before crossing Hudson/Manila. Aggressive drivers can't seem to resist the urge to speed through the intersection in the right lane to gain a spot or two in the line of cars on College.
Chabot Road above College