The bike lane from 118000 South and Mnt View corridor all the way to Porter Rockwell has a lot of debris on it. It makes it difficult to ride as you're avoiding rocks, sticks and miscellaneous road debris. It's a hazard as you could easily hit it and fall or you're avoiding it and not able to pay attention to the traffic. Could you please have a street sweeper sweep the side of the road/bike lane. Thank you
Mountain View Corridor South Jordan, UT, 84009, USA - South Jordan
The timing of this road is horrendous between South Jordan Pkwy and Lake Ave and even 11400. First you have to stop at South Jordan Pkway going south on Mountain View Corridor. Then without fail as it turns green and we head the few 100 feet (or so it seems) to Lake Ave and without fail as head to this light IT TURNS RED. Talk about stop and go. Perhaps try to time this to turn green as the traffic is approaching it. The people waiting to exit their subdivision can wait.
106th southbound on ramp. Two lanes of traffic merge before the meter light with no visual stripping or signage indicating the lanes are merging. Two lanes of traffic feed from 106th south west bound overpass and then combine into one and is improperly marked.
10600 South Jordan Parkway South Jordan, Utah - South Jordan
You left a cone in the middle of a lane, forcing traffic to merge into one lane suddenly. Also, quit closing the left turn lanes near Mulligans. Makes it hard to get to work when you close those lanes with no warning whatsoever.
Road backs up for hours every day because too many damn people using single lane neighborhood street to go east/west and rotten job of construction for several years on 10600 S and congestion on 90th onramp.
On 10400 South heading East Bound approaching 1300 West in the far right lane just before the cross-walk on 10400 South. There is metal looking bar sticking up out of the roadway. Please address. Kristine (801) 471-6116 would like a phone call back stating that this has been taken care of and the metal has been removed.
W South Jordan Pkwy South Jordan, UT, 84095, USA - South Jordan
4 holes (or more) ~6" diameter in roadway and crosswalks. Apparently for water meters or other utilities. Holes are open and apparently steel pipes, approx 3-6" deep down to the asphalt and gravel that are covering the bottom to an unknown depth. Holes have been open since the end of construction on South Jordan Parkway. Two holes at SW corner, two holes at SE corner, might be others at the other corners. Hazard to vehicle and foot traffic.