Montevideo Way & Las Gallinas Ave San Rafael, CA, 94903, USAAnd the fact that it is on a downslope heading towards Las Gallinas will make it hazardous for cross traffic...especially bikers! Shinguards anyone? I clean up the bigger chunks but the foundation layer appears to be washing out underneath. I'm fighting a losing battle against Suburban Traffic mixed with gravity...please help!!
46 Bret Ave San Rafael, CA 94901, USAThere is an overgrown hedge outside this house. The owners also always park on the street, blocking the sidewalk, meaning you have to step out into incoming traffic to get past. This is dangerous, especially when walking with a stroller, and on the dark nights.
Thanks! Thanked!10 Woodland Ave San Rafael, CaliforniaThis equipment been parked here for the past 72hrs on the NO PARKING zone. There is no landscaping activities during the past 72 hrs in this area. Blocking view on coming traffic both side ( corner view ) unsafe for public traffic.
17-119 Gate 6 1/2 Rd Sausalito, CA 94965, USAThis portion of Gate 61/2 Road is poorly maintained. It has ruts and potholes that are getting worse due to frequent and increasing car traffic from out of town bikers who park there while riding on the bike path. Residents who live along the road are risking potential damage to their cars each time they drive on it.· Reported by Blaise Simpson · Flag Flagged
4th St & Greenfield Ave San Rafael, CA
There is a misleading and unnecessary street light at this intersection which has confused drivers and caused accidents. It is the traffic signal light that is on the southwest corner of the intersection (facing east).
When a driver is approaching from west end ave (traveling west), and they make a right onto greenfield with the intention of turning onto 4th, there is not enough space in the road to complete the turn, so they end up facing the traffic signal in question, which can mislead such a driver when in fact this signal is supposed to direct cars on 4th st, not greenfield.
I would strongly recommend removing/disabling this light as it does not seem even to be necessary for traffic on 4th street.
As a resident of West End ave I know how dangerous this signal is and I avoid this intersection for that reason.
Thank you· Reported by arjun verma · Flag Flagged
Intersection Of Rice Drive And Francisco Blvd W San Rafael, California
When trying to turn left from Rice Drive onto Francisco Blvd West, the tall grass & scrub brush obstruct the driver's view of traffic approaching from the north, making it dangerous, especially because cars drive very fast on that stretch of West Francisco.
That land is owned by the City of San Rafael. Please cut it back ASAP before a serious accident occurs.
THANKS.· Reported by Chip Cooper · Flag Flagged
Alexander Avenue Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Sausalito, CA 94965, USA
First of all, thank you for widening Alexander Ave to make the road safer for cyclists and pedestrians.
I was riding westbound through the construction site this afternoon, after work had ceased for the day, so there were no flagmen to direct traffic. Upon approaching the site (east of the Danes Dr intersection) I noticed a row of soft hit posts on the shoulder, these looked to be placed to keep cyclists from passing stopped cars on the right, so I queued up behind the cars to the left of the posts. After clearing the intersection, the width and placement of the posts seemed to indicate that I should ride to the right of them. Even though the space was quite narrow I did that for a little while until my 'lane' shrunk even more due to overgrown vegetation, poor pavement condition and road debris. Not wanting to be squeezed out, I quickly cut back in to the main travel lane a difficult maneuver due to the close post spacing. Shortly thereafter, cars began passing me at a high rate of speed and the 'lane' to the right of the post began to widen again leaving me to wonder if I should be back on the other side. Not wanting to maneuver between posts again, I chose to maintain my position in the main lane until I cleared the construction zone.
My request are as follows:
1. Please install signs or other treatments that indicate the correct path of travel for cyclists and pedestrians.
2.If there is to be a separate 'bike lane' please clear it of obstacles including trimming the vegetation that is infringing upon it and sweeping gravel and other debris from the road regularly.
3. If there is to be a bike lane, please consider moving the soft hit posts to the inside of the white line (they are currently just outside of it) to provide cyclists safe room to operate. I believe 4 feet is the standard width, the lane I was using seemed to be about 2 - 3 feet. A narrower car lane will have the added bonus of slowing down traffic through the site, reducing risks to personnel working there.