Comments for “Bike Walk Roll Redmond”

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  1. Stringio

    Added October 01 2015

    I'm not sure if this area is owned or maintained by the city but it would be nice to have a paved path out of the canyon trail going East in this area without having to go through the park and up to the Highland/Rimrock intersection. :)

  2. Stringio

    Added October 01 2015

    Need yellow flashing lights for crosswalk (like on Bend Parkway) to allow for safer bikers/walkers to cross US 97. Face it, there are a large amount of transients of off E Antler, E of 9th and they cross US 97 here all the time; traffic on US 97 does not yield to them at all.

  3. Stringio

    Added October 01 2015

    Cut back vegetation along the steps and gutters. Goats heads are in the bike gutters.

  4. Stringio

    Added September 25 2015

    The early Fall mornings make it hard for the kids to cross the street safely at NW Spruce Ave and 10th Street to walk to Elton Gregory Middle School. This last winter the sidewalks weren't cleared and forced the kids into the road to walk.

  5. Stringio

    Added September 25 2015

    The Sidewalks during the winter weren't shoveled sending the kids into the road to walk. Also there is no crosswalk from NW Spruce Ave and NW 10th St for children crossing the road to walk to Elton Gregory Middle school at 7:10 AM. So they forced to walk to Tom McCall and cross there or cross across the street hoping they will be seen in the early morning.

  6. Open-uri20150112-13239-1cvliu9?1421089111

    Added January 12 2015

    Southwest Bike Boulevards as an alternative to SW Canal

  7. Open-uri20160719-1641-1szmvzz?1468994790

    Added November 04 2014

    I would deviate more from this course but this is the safest course I have found to ride a bike. Especially when I'm pulling my son in a cart. I would ride more if I felt safe but I am regularly terrified while riding a bike around Redmond. This would extend beyond exercise to running errands.

  8. Open-uri20160719-1641-1hkp39f?1468994790

    Added October 24 2014

    Gravel (or paved) foot and bike trail along COID Lateral C extending from Hemlock to the main COID Canal. This would be a great north south connector for travel and recreation and could be accessed by much of the population on the west side of the City. Many parts of it already have gravel and access for COID. The main part would be estabilishing an agreement with COID to absolve them of liability and help with maintenance. I think this could be a great asset for the City that could tie in with a trail along COID's main canal and possibly a pedestrian route along Maple Ave and 19th St to create a full loop around the City. If a short connector from COID's canal at Odem Medo was provided to the Dry Canyon, there would be a full ring with a bissecting path up the middle.

  9. Stringio

    Added October 24 2014

    Would love a paved path that is safe to bike/walk to school from our neighborhood on Hemholtz. OR making the Canal available for use of bikes and walkers. We could travel a VERY safe way home via Badger and the Canal to Wickiup.

  10. Stringio

    Added October 12 2014

    Not exactly sure where the power lines are but paths along them are less expensive to build. Here is a website with examples.

  11. Stringio

    Added October 12 2014

    A bike, pedestrian bridge over the canal would help kids get to the school with less road time. Possibly a couple of bridges would be helpful.

  12. Stringio

    Added October 12 2014

    A path along the powerline would inable kids to ride their bike to the school. They could bleed into the path from all parts of the sw corner of Redmond.

  13. Stringio

    Added October 08 2014

    Need continuous sidewa or path from Cascade View Estates to cemetery path to get to school safely

  14. Stringio

    Added October 08 2014

    Crosswalk needed at SW Canal and Greens Boulevard

  15. Stringio

    Added October 08 2014

    Neighborhood connection to cemetery to school

  16. Stringio

    Added October 08 2014

    Allow bike route through cemetery and pave dirt path as it connects with the school parking lot, which allows people to avoid the busy driveway area as it connects to Wickiup

  17. Open-uri20141008-28564-1he6ljr?1412787386

    Added October 08 2014

    need sidewalk at the northeast corner of 10th & Quince. going through the gravel and up onto the existing sidewalk with a stroller is very difficult.

  18. Stringio

    Added October 07 2014

    Need sidewalks for school access