Please paint the temporary lines darker in the EB lanes of I80 in the construction area by the airport. When the sun shines in the mornings you can't see the temporary striping and it reflects on the old striping nearly causing many accidents every morning since many don't know which lanes to use.
The light at 11400 south does not allow enough time for traffic travelling west to safely get through the intersection. I travel south bound bangerter hwy often and get stopped at the light. EVERYTIME, the traffic has not been able to get out of the intersection before the light changes. I have seen numerous near misses. You are going to have a serious wreck there because west bound can not get through the intersection and if the light changes for the south bound traffic and you have a car traveling 50mph...someone is going to get killed. PLEASE GET THIS FIXED!!!!
You have traffic alone Wasatch with a 50 MPH speed limit and the only thing protecting bikers from being killed by a vehicle is one small strip of paint??? This if very poor, very safe biking infrastructure. At the speed limits you have on Wasatch, there should be a physical barrier between vehicles and cyclists. AT THE BARE MINIMUM, you should have a rumble strip to alert cars that they are leaving their lane of travel and entering a bike lane. I drive Wasatch every day and every day, I watch some car or trunk driving half in the bike lane. I ride my bike from Spring to Fall to commute to work on the route and it terrifies me to know how often cars either don't pay attention or they thinks it's fine to cut a turn and drive in the bike lane or use the bike lane as a right hand turn lane. Just painting a bike road is NO WHERE NEAR ADEQUATE. Oh wait, you didn't even bother to do that..... Please make it safer to bike on Wasatch. Safe biking=more bikers= more commuters on bikes=less traffic=less congestion and less air pollution.
a new cross walk with lights has been finished for over 2 months at 8400 W. by the Magna Recreation Center. The activation buttons have been covered ever since and it is not working. Why hasn't it been activated? Students and patrons of the Center have to dodge cars to cross 8400 West, a State highway.
Coming out of the westbound I-215 to south I-15 clover leaf ramp, the construction veers you to the right, and then it veers you back to the left again just as the eastbound I-215 exit joins you alongside your righthand side. The veer back to the left is marked with dashed lines that have faded and cannot be seen if there is any sunshine, or rain. Even on a cloudy day and at night they are barely visible. I drive the ramp every day, and particularly if you are in the right lane of the 2-lane wb-to-sb clover leaf, every day I am not sure where the dashes are exactly, and they are so faint I can't tell if maybe they tried to "erase" it and it's an old marking or if it's just a faded version of the current marking. Today I saw a car ahead of me barely squeeze between two cars coming from EB I-215 because he could not tell that he was supposed to have veered left. This lane shift needs SOLID striping so that the lane shift back to the left is clear as the road grimes up from the winter. Please be prompt. Thank you.