Wissahickon Bike Trail Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
A large tree has fallen across the Wissahickon Bike Way, about 200 yards below (downstream from) the trailhead at Forbidden Drive and Lincoln Drive. This is located between the two bikeway bridges. Cyclists, runners, and peds must pass under this heavy tree, creating a dangerous hazardous.
Nearby, on the Wissahickon Bikeway downstream, below the Henry Avenue Bridge, is another fallen tree that has been partially cleaned up by a volunteer.
See SeeClickFix: Issue ID: 2720028
Forbidden Drive Philadelphia PennsylvaniaWater has been raining down on Forbidden Drive from the Walnut Lane bridge above for a week.
Forbidden Drive Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaOn both sides of the cement bridge near the Lincoln Drive end of Forbidden Drive (near Help Locator 500), storm runoff has created rocky and uneven conditions that need attention.
Thanks! Thanked!Wissahickon Bike Trail Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
05/12/2014 A large tree has fallen across the Wissahickon Bike Trail, a hundred yards or so below where the Henry Avenue bridge crosses over the trail.
Also, many parts of the trail are covered with mud left by the recent flooding and need to be cleaned off.
Another open issue nearby issue is:
Schuylkill River Trail - Philadelphia To Valley Forge Philadelphia, PA 19128, USA
A large hole on one of the wooden bridges on the Manayunk Canal Path has been uncovered. A temporary plywood patch was removed. The hole endangers walkers, runners, and bicyclists.
In the event that Philly Parks & Recreation/Fairmount Park Commission checks it out before a volunteer fixes it, maybe they could look into SeeClickFix # 10066 too.
Schuylkill River Trail - Manayunk Canal Path Lock 68, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
07/18/2013 On the relatively recently repaired Manayunk Canal path, there are ruts on the “hump” for upper lock (#68). This is a danger to cyclists, runners, and walkers. Also, drainage issues continue on the upper side.
This section should have been paved with blacktop similar to the sections around the bridges.
Also, there are ruts and washouts on the older section of the canal path between Cotton Street and Lock Street.
Vegetation is overgrowing much of the canal path – why doesn’t the crew that mows one foot along the edges cut back the vegetation?
Another nearby SeeClickFix issue, “Concrete barricade blocking bike path” continues to be unaddressed by Philly Parks and Recreation. Are they waiting for a lawsuit?