Issue closed by city but conditions still exist. Problem may be address can't be pinpointed via SeeClickFix. Pavement like an unmarked speed bump followed by bad pavement. Lowest point in road so fills with water, which freezes. Cars crossing bike lane to go north on 90/94 add to danger for cyclists. Hard to see if you aren't on bike.
From 2800 - 3200 N Damen the pavement is is severely poor: The block of 2900 N Damen has major pavement depressions and potholes. Semis and a vehicles pulling trailers rumble over the dramatically uneven pavement, which causes massive vibrations which causes nearby structures to shake (I feel it in my home, I know how a small earthquake feels now) and causes loud impact noises. Between 3000 - 3200 N Damen the city recently replaced the water main and the street remains chewed up from their work. Why haven't they resurfaced that part of the street? The street is horrible and the city needs to resurface it ASAP! It's only going to deteriorate further when the winter comes.
There was a serious accident last week at Clybourn and Terra Cotta Pl. A semi hit the bridge and wrapped it's trailer around one of the pillars. I'm concerned about the structural integrity of the bridge. If a train accident happened here it would destroy all of the town homes that are on the side of the tracks.
Mcdonalds construction workers beginning each day at 630 a.m.. City code says no one can work on heavy equipment before 8 a.m.- NO Police show up, no city officials to stop the 6:30 work? Why does Mcdonalds get a pass on city violations?