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Area of Opportunity
Area of Opportunity

With only one subway line and the out-of-control buses, Canarsie needs a ferry service. Another way to travel to Far Rockaway and Manhattan's Financial District without having to take multiple buses.

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Narrow Sidewalk
Narrow Sidewalk

The overgrown greenery with the narrow sidewalk makes it difficult to walk along here.

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Weaving Vehicles
Weaving Vehicles

Whenever there's double parking

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Vehicle Parked in Bus Stop
Vehicle Parked in Bus Stop

Sometime cars park in this bus stop, causing buses to stop behind them and partially block Flatlands.

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Double Parking
Double Parking

Double parking in the bus stop

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Long Distance to Cross
Long Distance to Cross

Trying to cross Ralph Ave and Flatlands with all those cars, buses, and trucks going and turning is really dangerous, especially with the short green lights not giving people enough time to cross.

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Speeding
Speeding

Another incident

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Speeding
Speeding

Some drivers go up and down E 80 so fast you'd miss them if you blink. Some even go through the red light.

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Speeding
Speeding

On Monday, yet another incident

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Signage Problems
Signage Problems

Often have to tell cab drivers that Paerdegat 4th St leads into Avenue K

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Vehicle Parked in Bus Stop
Vehicle Parked in Bus Stop

Cars tend to park here sometimes

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Lane Marking Problems
Lane Marking Problems

Cars sometimes need to turn onto Paerdegat Ave N from Paerdegat 1st St, and there's no lane markings for a straight or right turn here.

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Signage Problems
Signage Problems

Many cab drivers do not see the sign giving them the OK to make a right turn here from Flatlands.

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Long Distance to Cross
Long Distance to Cross

The traffic lights around here don't have a countdown clock, even those all the way up on Flatlands Ave, so before anyone knows it, the light's turning red, and they have to either dash to the other side of the street or wait because they don't want to risk it and get run over.

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Sidewalk Blocked / Damaged
Sidewalk Blocked / Damaged

Large tree roots have made the sidewalk here an uneven mess. Walking through here feels like a workout and an obstacle course.

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Speeding
Speeding

An accident occurred here that required police presence and caused one/two streets to be closed off.

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Not Enough Time to Cross
Not Enough Time to Cross

One side of the traffic light stays green over a minute longer than the other side.

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Multiple Buses Arrive Together
Multiple Buses Arrive Together

Sometimes four B103 buses arrive to this stop back-to-back, and some drivers don't bother to stop even though there's room on their bus and they clearly see pedestrians trying to signal them.

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Speeding
Speeding

I hear a lot of car tires screeching like drivers think it's the Fast and the Furious.

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Long Wait to Cross
Long Wait to Cross

The signal facing E 84th street stays green for only what feels like 10 seconds before turning red again, while the light facing Flatlands stays green for between one or two minutes. This makes a great deal of difference between arriving to school/work on time or late.

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Aggressive Drivers
Aggressive Drivers

On the 13th last month, there was a car accident at this intersection as one driver was turning. One of the victims was taken away in an ambulance. The people living in this area also hear a lot of cars screeching and speeding.

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Bike Lane Requested
Bike Lane Requested

Build protected bike lane on E 102nd St to connect Shore Pkwy to Seaview

Average :4.4 (Votes: 3 )
No Nearby Bike Route
No Nearby Bike Route

Canarsie needs safe, protected bike infrastructure.

Average :4.4 (Votes: 3 )
Add Bus Service
Add Bus Service

Not bus service. Rebuild the Bay Ridge Line and open the Triboro Rx with a stop at Ralph Avenue. Canarsie is really underserved, and this would allow for reduced travel times and increased connections to Queens, the Bronx, and South Brooklyn.

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Long Distance to Cross
Long Distance to Cross

I can't imagine how people cross here! It is extremely dangerous and it needs a crosswalk and a long curb extension!

Average :4.5 (Votes: 4 )
Add Bus Service
Add Bus Service

Need bus stop!

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Confusing Bike Route Connection
Confusing Bike Route Connection

test

Average :2.2 (Votes: 7 )
Aggressive Drivers
Aggressive Drivers

WB vehicles travel in right channelization and then make illegal left onto SB to avoid light

Average :2.7 (Votes: 10 )

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