901 Hutchins Ave Ann Arbor, MI 48103, USA - Ann Arbor
Does a picture worth to encourage people to clean their sidewalk? Does it worth to ticket them the first time based on the picture? I'm getting tired of reporting and homeowners are just doing nothing!
208 North Division Street Ann Arbor, Michigan - Ann Arbor
The bike lane disappears for about a block on Division between Ann and Catherine. I understand that may be because cyclist are trying to turn left on Catherine, but in my experience drivers will speed up and act extra aggressive in just the short block. Please make this area safer for cyclists and pedestrians.
300-306 S Main St Ann Arbor, MI, 48104, USA - Ann Arbor
This is still very bad for pedestrians! Sidewalk is reduced to the 12" curb along east main, a very high pedestraian area because of construction, however there is still room for three card to park...? Should remove the parking to allow at least enough tomo for two people to walk out a wheelchair!
Brentwood Ct & King George Blvd Ann Arbor, MI, 48108, USA - Ann Arbor
People come down King George trying to cut through to Stone School, and when they miss the turn onto Tacoma, they accidentally come down Brentwood Court (the next street). Brentwood Court has no outlet. Would it be possible to install a sign to notify drivers (ie, "No Outlet")? This sign exists at a similar location (Logan Court).
Pioneer Woods South Seventh Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48103, United States of America - Ann Arbor
S. Seventh between Stadium and Scio Church is completely broken. The lanes are absolutely idiotic to the point where school buses and AATA city buses just drive on the shoulder in the bike lanes. The corner at Stadium is the worst, where you've actually made it far more dangerous for bikers, pedestrians AND drivers the way it was designed. If this is an underhanded effort to erode faith in the current government so we elect a new mayor, it is WORKING.
The Exxon sign here has a very bright white LED border, which is certainly brighter than headlights. I'm not very familiar with Ann Arbor ordinances but this seems like it should probably be a violation. Attached is a Street View image; I'll get a photo next time I'm out that way at night.