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Bike Lane Requested
Bike Lane Requested

It would be great to have a counter-flow bike lane on that last block of Pitkin to connect to the Eastern Parkway bike lane.

Average :3 (Votes: 1 )
Difficult Turn/Crossing
Difficult Turn/Crossing

I never use these parallel north/south bike paths because these stop sign crossings are wicked, I just use Cross Bay because there I have the traffic lights. It’s always difficult to cross from a stop sign when crossing traffic doesn’t have one, but these crossings also all have a slight rise, making it difficult to get up to speed from a foot down stop or even a pedaling stop. Plus, westbound drivers have just come off Crossway and are getting up to speed which would make it difficult for them to stop. Eastbound drivers are heading toward a traffic light and might be gunning it to maleness the green.

Average :2 (Votes: 1 )
Confusing Bike Route Connection
Confusing Bike Route Connection

I have always gotten turned around when trying to ride from Queens to Eastern Parkway to get to Prospect Park. It’s hard to tell if the road you’re picking goes West or South.

Average :3 (Votes: 1 )
Confusing Bike Route Connection
Confusing Bike Route Connection

This a major route down to the Jamaica Bay Greenway but there’s nothing at this intersection to direct cyclists to make the left and nothing to alter drivers to expect cyclist left turns.

Average :3 (Votes: 1 )
Difficult Turn/Crossing
Difficult Turn/Crossing

This is an absolutely evil Greenway treatment. Drivers DO NOT yield. Off-setting the bike crossing cedes the space to cars and forces cyclists to cross right where drivers are gunning it to get up to highway speed, rather than keeping us front and center across the mouth of the onramp. Hate this reconfiguration.

Average :3 (Votes: 1 )
Bike Lane Requested
Bike Lane Requested

It would be nice if there was a good bike route from East New York to JFK Airport.

Average :4 (Votes: 2 )
Sidewalk Blocked / Damaged
Sidewalk Blocked / Damaged

It would be great if there was a shared bike+pedestrian path here. As of now, there's nowhere to walk or bike safely.

Average :3 (Votes: 1 )
Lane Marking Problems
Lane Marking Problems

There needs to be Bus Prioritization on this corridor. Just rode the B15 through here and it goes quite slowly through here. Bus lanes, cue jumps, all door boarding should be implemented to move heavily depended upon buses faster for this community.

Average :4 (Votes: 2 )
Confusing Bike Route Connection
Confusing Bike Route Connection

Entrance to Highland Park greenway should be better marked

Average :3.5 (Votes: 4 )
Bike Lane Requested
Bike Lane Requested

Add bike path to giant Conduit Blvd median.

Average :4.4 (Votes: 3 )
Uncomfortable for Novice Cyclists
Uncomfortable for Novice Cyclists

Upgrade to protected bike lanes on super-wide two lane residential street.

Average :5 (Votes: 3 )
Vehicles Parking in Bike Lane
Vehicles Parking in Bike Lane

Unprotected bike lanes invite double parking. At 60' wide and just one car lane in each direction, Highland Blvd has more than enough room to have protected bike lanes on each side.

Average :5 (Votes: 2 )
Bike Lane Requested
Bike Lane Requested

Very uncomfortable to be going slowly up steep hill sharing lane with cars. Upgrade uphill sharrows to dedicated bike lane, there is more than enough room.

Average :5 (Votes: 2 )
Confusing Bike Route Connection
Confusing Bike Route Connection

Bike route connection through Legion St plaza to continue NE on E NY Ave is very badly marked. "Do not enter" and no left turn signs should all say "Except Bikes."

Average :5 (Votes: 2 )
No Nearby Bike Route
No Nearby Bike Route

No bike lanes anywhere in Canarsie

Average :5 (Votes: 1 )
Bike Lane Requested
Bike Lane Requested

Sharrows on E 102 St are a cop out. A protected path is needed.

Average :5 (Votes: 2 )

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