2267-2299 Fulton Street Berkeley, California - Berkeley
People turn left regularly from westbound (downhill) Bancroft onto southbound Fulton, which, as a cyclist, has made for some very close calls when trying to continue westbound on Bancroft from the cycletrack. There are some No Left Turn signs, but they are perhaps not obvious enough. Paint on the road surface or add more signage before an accident occurs!
Hearst Ave At Oxford St Berkeley, California - Berkeley
For Public Works Transportation Division:
The Hearst Ave reconfiguration / lane deduction has improved traffic flow at Hearst at Oxford intersection. However, there is still a 'No Turn on Red' prohibition sign for Eastbound Hearst turning right onto Oxford Street. There seems to be ample visibility for cross traffic and oncoming traffic that the turn prohibition is no longer needed. Can Public Works consider removing this sign and allowing right turns on red?
After the street reconfiguration Public Works installed a no left turn sign for traffic heading Eastbound on Hearst Ave and vehicle traffic is no longer allowed to turn left onto Spruce Street. However, many drivers ignore the sign and will drive over the double yellow lines into opposing traffic to turn left. Bollards / delineators may be needed in the median to discourage this illegal / dangerous maneuver.