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Memorial Avenue Arlington, Virginia
I believe that this issue was not clearly laid out, within another post (“Ramp to Memorial Drive always backed up due to only having one right turn lane, even though NO ONE ever turns left”). The issue is evident during the morning (and perhaps evening?) commuter rush, and is caused mainly by the STOP SIGN and PEDESTRIAN/CYCLIST traffic along the sidewalk, through the pedestrian crossing .
The stop sign is normally needed (cars slowly crawl-stopping should do so BEFORE the crossing, since it's difficult to see beyond the hedges on the sides!); however, this may be resolvable in similar fashion to the temporary use of traffic cones on the Memorial Circle (that are setup -to prevent those heading north on Washington Blvd from going anywhere else but over the Mem. bridge. - and taken down by APD in the morning at around 0900).
There is certainly a backup on the ramp, as the cars from the GWP exit merge with cars on the RT110 exit, onto Memorial Ave. However, unless (perhaps) they remove the concrete island that separates the left and right heading traffic, the issue is difficult to resolve other than having temporary cones to allow bypass of the stop sign and, therefore, not allowing ped/cyclist traffic to cross the south side of Memorial Ave. -they can still use the North side. Also, removing the island to avoid the merging isn’t going to help much. It would also hurt those few trying to get over to the left turn, as a wall of 2 lanes of cars will be heading right! Merging can’t be helped, so I believe the issue falls on the STOP SIGN combined with JOGGER/BICYCLE TRAFFIC.
Recently, (10 June, 2016) there seemed to be an accident involving a cyclist. APD was there (unfortunately, blocking the right turn branch) so everyone had to merge to the left…then head right (as most people do turn right, towards the bridge). Cyclists and ped don’t always look-before-crossing very well (not that I knew how this exact incident happened). Some people in cars also try to skip ahead then (acting coy, I assume as they) merge at the very last moment. Drivers may not fully stop at the crossing, and that is a no-no as it’s hard to see people/cars/cyclists approaching from the dead-end/eastbound side of the avenue due to hedges blocking the view.
The simple solution may be temporary cones that the APD motorbike officer can quickly attend to at the same time they attend to the cones on the memorial circle (taking it down around 0900, as well). It may disenfranchise the joggers/cyclists on that side…but I THINK they can live with it until 0900/whenever, and still get to the bridge/Mt. Vernon trail (is that the one?). Where are they coming from? It’s a dead-end on the west side of the avenue, and they also have a wide, marked, safe crossing BEFORE the stop sign entrance to the avenue. They can go across that, to the other side (north side) of the avenue and jog/bike up the to the next crossing (which is another whole discussion) –one on either side of the roundabout (crossing Washington Blvd. once before and once after the roundabout…also a dangerous deal, but does not hold up traffic, as this stop sign/ped crossing combo from hell does).
Bottom line, the proposed solution requires a logical AND of two actions:
1 - TEMPORARY CONES, which would be no problem with the wide Memorial Ave. lanes for 2
2 - NO PED/CYCLE traffic on the south side (it should NOT impact them at all, but I’d like to hear from aggrieved joggers/cyclists.· Reported by ConesRBetter · Flag Flagged
Rosslyn Metro Arlington, Virginia
I was injured on 03/12/2014. i was leaving out the Station and walking towards N. Lynn street and fell into a manhole. I was injured badly. Filed with Arlingtonn County and was told Fiberlight owned the manhole.
Fiberlight is denying my claim. This area is now tore up. However, I still need to fild out with comany owned the manhole.
when i was able to return to the site ...it was alear sectioned off.· Reported by Shawna Sobers · Flag Flagged
4301-4399 North Fairfax Drive Arlington, Virginia
The crosswalk on N Fairfax Dr at the corner with N Utah St is in a high pedestrian traffic area with 2 lanes of cars both directions. There is a marked crosswalk, yield triangles painted on the pavement, yellow "Heavy Pedestrian Traffic" signs, and a "Yield to Pedestrians in Crosswalk, $100-500 violation fine" sign in the other direction. And yet cars DO NOT yield to pedestrians in the crosswalk. It's a high traffic area as well (and cars regularly exceed the 30mph speed limit when they can), so pedestrians regularly have to risk getting hit if they want to use that crosswalk -- you basically have to step out in front of cars and judge that they have enough time to stop. I've experienced this first-hand on EVERY occasion I use that crosswalk and just the other day saw a fellow pedestrian crossing the other way almost get hit from both traffic directions. It's also extremely treacherous once you've crossed halfway and the other direction of cars refuse to yield.
Is it possible to request/recommend the addition of those neon yellow State Law yield signs? It seems like the only thing that cars pay attention to in that area.
Intersection Of Explorer St And New Freedom St. Serious Pothole That Could Damage An Axle. Reston, VAThere is a deep pothole at the intersection of Explorer St and New Freedom St. It is on the West side of the intersection. This is at the seam between the different paving materials.· Reported by Reston Resident · Flag Flagged
Henry G Shirley Memorial Highway Alexandria, VirginiaCrews for VDOT removed the old surface on the left two lanes of the main southbound roadway from Seminary to Edsall roads in this state of destruction. It's been this way for more than a week. Weather has been good so not sure why this extremely busy major highway was left incomplete. Resurfacing should have been done by the next day. Many other roads in the area are left in this state. The grinding crews are working. Are the paving crews on strike?