• 300-390 Elm St Ne Albuquerque, NM, 87102, USA - Albuquerque
    Flexposts separating cyclists from drivers at MLK, Jr. and Elm westbound have been missing for some time. At least one was sheared at its base (see photo below), while the other two seem to have had their flexposts removed by the City. While that's a problem, equally, if not greater, is the problem of the unfortunately hidden flexposts bases. These bases would, of course, be extremely dangerous for a cyclist hitting them, often with traffic so close. As one who has fallen off a bike aside moving don't want to do that. Thanks for immediately replacing the flexposts OR removing these useless and dangerous bases.
  • 100-134 Atrisco Dr Nw Albuquerque, NM, 87105, USA - Albuquerque
    The highly useful multi-use path (see other photo below as well) connecting non-motorized users from eastbound Central Ave. to northbound Atrisco Dr. again no longer has an ADA-compliant curb ramp at its terminus at Atrisco. This is probably related to work on Atrisco and must be remedied as that work is being finished up. Thanks! - Scot
  • Graffiti Archived
    2500-2500 New York Ave Nw Albuquerque, NM, 87104, USA - West Old Town
    This "graffiti" is the improperly placed Sidewalk Closed sign blocking access, particularly by the disabled, to both the 66 bus stop just ahead and the HAWK signal at the upcoming A.R.T. stop. And yes, that HAWK is a crossing. As the actual work is far ahead at Tingley, this sign placement violates MUTCD and ADA. Please note this instance and stop placing these signs at points that block transit access/crossing.
  • Graffiti Archived
    6701 Central Av Nw Albuquerque, NM, 87121, USA - Los Volcanes
  • Central Ave Sw & Tingley Dr Sw Albuquerque, NM, 87104, USA - Albuquerque
    As the official detour during repaving of the Bosque Path under Central Ave. involves Path users crossing Central, a safe crossing at Central/Tingley SW is paramount. At present, it's unclear if ANY safety has been considered/implemented and it's completely clear that any unseen improvements are inadequate. This is by far the most popular non-motorized path/roadway in town. The crossing of Central must reflect that fact during this closure.
  • 333 Broadway Blvd Se Albuquerque, NM, 87102, USA - Huning Highland Historic District
    As reported elsewhere, repeatedly, construction crews are placing sign as seen here directly atop bike lanes when "buffers" between driving and bike lanes exist. The buffer is an easy and far safer alternative, as cyclist must swerve around these signs, not only getting closer to drivers, but alarming those drivers by this action. Please change guidance to these construction crews that buffers must be used for these signs, wherever available.
  • Atrisco Dr Nw & Little Park St Nw Albuquerque, NM, 87105, USA - West Mesa
    No longer needed as part of the extensive roadwork on Atrisco NW, this sign has been uselessly still in place, blocking the bike lane northbound when it could instead be on the adjacent bike lane "buffer" to its left. Please note this has been "resolved" through citizen effort (see "after" photo on this thread) and is now being reported here merely for record-keeping purposes. Thanks! - Scot
  • 49th St Nw & Atrisco Dr Nw Albuquerque, NM, 87105, USA - Albuquerque
    What looks to be emergency work southbound on Atrisco north of Central has all traffic wedged into northbound lanes. Northbound drivers are forced to take the entire buffered bike lane, without any warning (e.g., "share the road" signs). Cycling up the hill is slow, leaving drivers frustrated and cyclists endangered. We need a temporary cycling detour to use the currently unused southbound lanes, and signs to that effect.
  • Union Square St Se & Gold Ave Se Albuquerque, NM, 87102, USA - Huning Highland Historic District

    Back in September 2019, a report was made concerning an unsafe, illegal sidewalk outside the Union Square Building Downtown. The report "closed" with the following "resolution":

    As per 311 - #190831-000165 an inspector assigned to visit site and report - Edgesoft racking #2019030519CSR

    Following up to answer the following, lingering questions: What did the inspector report? What is being done based on the inspector's report?

  • Silver And Morningside Ne Albuquerque, New Mexico - Se Heights
    Ongoing problem of drivers/vehicles parked very close to the diverter opening at Silver/Morningside. This forces either careful walking of bicycle or dangerous wrong-way riding. As a designated bicycle boulevard, cyclist use this diverter, constructed in part specifically for the bike boulevard, in large numbers. Ongoing problem that has been reported previously by others and continues to need attention through flexpost/bollard or other method to prevent drivers/vehicles from parking so closely.
  • 1050 Coal Se Albuquerque, New Mexico - Sycamore
    I know we're to call 242-COPS when drivers are found to be parked in bike lanes, but UPS parking is of short duration, just long enough to be highly dangerous as seen here on Coal Avenue east of I-25. Driving patterns and narrow bike lane is bad enough without Big Brown hunkered in position that blocks not only bike lane but sidewalk. City needs to speak with UPS offices to stop this dangerous, and now illegal, practice (note easily accessible parking lot).
  • Broadway Ave. And Pacific Ave. Albuquerque, New Mexico - South Broadway
    Bicycles/cyclists are not detected at the current sensor level for those crossing Broadway at Pacific. As car traffic is very light on Pacific, the cyclist typically has to engage beg button (which sometimes works, sometimes doesn't, eventually) and/or run the red light. Please adjust sensor to detect.
  • Other Archived
    3128 Central Avenue Southwest Albuquerque, New Mexico - Albuquerque
    As seen in photo, City or contracted crew continue to put "road work ahead" and other signs in the bike lane. This includes roads, such as Central at the Rio Grande River Bridge (as shown) that have "buffer" striping. These signs should be placed in-between drivers and cyclists in the buffer instead of in the bike lane. Easy fix that actually makes it safer for all users. As seen in the photo, the status quo is certainly not safe.
  • 819 Marquez Lane Southwest Albuquerque, New Mexico - Albuquerque

    Pursuant to the following report numbers, weeds tall enough to block the view of roadway users at this curve have still not been cut down as of 10.12.18. If someone from Code Enforcement can leave some tools at this curve, I'll take care of them the next time I am there. If that doesn't work, please fix the problem yourselves. Thanks.

    Service Request ID: 180930-000306
    Service Request ID: 180927-002255
    Service Request ID: 180927-002195
    Service Request ID: 180927-002069

  • 1501 Tingley Dr. S.W. Albuquerque, New Mexico - Albuquerque
    Weeds on east side of Tingley Drive now high enough to block view of oncoming vehicles at this curve. Folks trying to get to Bosque Path parking lot aren't able to see who might be coming on southbound Tingley.
  • Edith And Lomas Albuquerque, New Mexico - Martineztown
    Loop detector is not set for bicycles/cyclists to be detected. Sensor does seem set to detect cars/drivers, but timing is set to still wait minutes at this light. This discourages ANY use across this intersection to attend church, school. Also, while I like the multi-colored tile, creating a curb preventing access to "beg button" (see photo) is not not only lacking in ADA-compliance, but makes an even bigger mockery of trying to cross this street.
  • 500 Central S.E. (Edith And Central) Albuquerque, New Mexico - Huning Highland Historic District
    I know this issue will be "closed" as "Issue sent to ART traffic engineering firm HDR, who is working the City’s Traffic Engineering Division on signal issues," but just want to point out all the places along the ART route that require HDR attention to include the needs of cyclists crossing Central on relatively minor streets like Edith Blvd. Please do not solely prioritize Central/ART traffic in a way that forces cyclists to break the law/use unwieldy/dangerous (on a bike) beg buttons to cross.
  • 4700 Central Ave. N.W. Albuquerque, New Mexico - Albuquerque
    Fairly extensive testing indicates that the inductive loops in the pavement on 47th at Central are not set sensitively enough to detect the presence of bicycles. They need to be adjusted to detect them.
  • 2407 Lakeview Road Southwest Albuquerque, New Mexico - South Valley
    Unfortunately it appears a cat has been struck and killed on the South Side of Lakeview at the Arenal ditch..