David Morse

Rank: Digital Superhero Civic Points: 1,175
  • 700 754 E Liberty St Louisville/Jefferson County, KY 40202, USA - Phoenix Hill

    The new ped coundown timers at the corner of Clay and Liberty display nonsense. Here's a photo of it displaying a white go-man and you have 1 second to cross.

    (Actually, I can't remember which crossstreet on Clay this is. It's probably Liberty but it might be Jackson.)

  • Scenic Loop Louisville/Jefferson County, KY 40205, USA - Cherokee Seneca

    By Kentucky law, bicyclists must obey all posted traffic signs. The traffic signs in Cherokee and Shawnee Scenic Loops currently PROHIBIT clockwise riding. At every park entrance there is a posted "One Way" sign, and shortly thereafter a "Do Not Enter" sign.

    It is not the intention of Parks to prohibit this use of the scenic loops. "Except Bicycle" signs need to be tacked on to allow bicyclists the right to travel clockwise on these loops.

    Attached to this SeeClickFix report, find an image of such a sign.

    The scenic loops do not need "except pedestrians" or "except skaters" signs because those modes of transportation are not vehicles under KY traffic law, and they are not forced to obey "one way" or "do not enter" signs in the first place.

  • 4581 4599 W Broadway Louisville/Jefferson County, KY 40211, USA - Chickasaw

    The ~2'x1' Parks sign that declares the main entrance to the park and reads something like:

    "Shawnee Park
    Louisville Kentucky
    Designed by F. Law Olmtead
    and Olmstead Bros
    1890-1931"

    has rotted through and is falling down. I rebalanced it on its sign post, but the plywood has turned to mush and it's got less than a year of life left.

  • Windsor Pl Louisville/Jefferson County, KY 40204 - Tyler Park
    Potholes are the size of dinner plates. Longitunial cracks in the pavement are so deep and wide they're becoming a wheel-trap hazard on this heavily-travelled bicycle conduit.
  • 2800 2828 Virginia Ave Louisville, KY 40211, USA - Parkland
    The picture speaks for itself - somebody decided to stick a telephone pole right where you need to roll your wheelchair to get out of the street.
  • 100 West Main Street Louisville/Jefferson County metro government (balance), KY - Central Business District
    The construction here is not trying hard enough to maintain the pedestrian right of way. They did not appear to have a sidewalk-closing permit posted.
  • 1401 Bardstown Rd Louisville, KY 40204, USA - Cherokee Triangle
    see video at http://cartky.org/bardstown-sidewalk-closed .
  • 1413 Goddard Ave Louisville/Jefferson County metro government (balance), KY - Tyler Park
    Broken glass is toxic waste. It cuts open dog's foot pads and causes flat tires. Louisville needs to figure out a way to recycle glass without sprinkling it all over the street.
  • 1432 Goddard Ave Louisville/Jefferson County metro government (balance), KY - Tyler Park
    Broken glass is toxic waste. It cuts open dog's foot pads and causes flat tires. Louisville needs to figure out a way to recycle glass without sprinkling it all over the street.
  • 1430 Goddard Ave Louisville/Jefferson County metro government (balance), KY - Tyler Park
    Broken glass is toxic waste. It cuts open dog's foot pads and causes flat tires. Louisville needs to figure out a way to recycle glass without sprinkling it all over the street.
  • 1428 Goddard Ave Louisville/Jefferson County metro government (balance), KY - Tyler Park
    Broken glass is toxic waste. It cuts open dog's foot pads and causes flat tires. Louisville needs to figure out a way to recycle glass without sprinkling it all over the street.
  • 1422 Goddard Ave Louisville/Jefferson County metro government (balance), KY - Tyler Park
    Broken glass is toxic waste. It cuts open dog's foot pads and causes flat tires. Louisville needs to figure out a way to recycle glass without sprinkling it all over the street.
  • 1419 Goddard Ave Louisville/Jefferson County metro government (balance), KY - Tyler Park
    Broken glass is toxic waste. It cuts open dog's foot pads and causes flat tires. Louisville needs to figure out a way to recycle glass without sprinkling it all over the street.