Comments for “Klamath Falls Urban Trail Plan”

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  1. Stringio

    Added September 28 2015

    Bike lanes on/around campus would promote student, faculty, and staff active transportation to work.

  2. Stringio

    Added September 28 2015

    It would be really great if the bike lane continued on Lakeshore Drive west of Moore Park. At the very least, instead of a "Bike Lane Ends" sign, there should be a "Bikes and cars share the road" sign.

  3. Stringio

    Added September 28 2015

    A Canal Trail

    The Canal Trail has been neglected and needs paving & lights to make it safe & rideable.

  4. Stringio

    Added September 22 2015

    OC&E Trail

    Having this trail connect to The end of East Main as well as continuing west towards Downtown with out having to use S 6th or East Main st to get Downtown.

  5. Stringio

    Added September 17 2015

    Putting bike sensing inducting loops into the stop lights crossing the parkway would really help. Cyclist do not like to have to use the crosswalks.

  6. Stringio

    Added September 17 2015

    Make bike lanes to Jeldwen to promote cycling to work. Lakeport is extremely dangerous to cyclist and there is no other direct route there (without having to go all the way around to the lake).

  7. Stringio

    Added September 17 2015

    Packed walking or biking path loop in the conger heights area.

  8. Stringio

    Added September 17 2015

    There is a really awkward merge if a cyclist is traveling north on Washburn here.

  9. Stringio

    Added September 17 2015

    A connection (and permission to use) to the Weyerhaeuser road as an alternative to riding Highway 66 would really help. That highway is frequently ridden by local riders and does not lend itself well to such. A route that keeps people off that highway would give locals easy access to some of the best cycling in the state.

  10. Stringio

    Added September 16 2015

    Painting bike sharrows on 10th St.--connecting Main St. and Oregon Ave.--may be the most ideal approach to create better access for cyclists and to inform drivers. I bike this road on an almost daily basis. Traffic is moderate at the Pine, High and Washington St. intersections--signage at these intersections may help. Traveling further north on 10th, traffic is low/moderate as the street becomes a one-way until it intersects Prospect St.

  11. Stringio

    Added September 16 2015

    Create protected bike lanes from Moore Park to downtown to encourage biking to the city center.

  12. Stringio

    Added September 16 2015

    Construct sidewalks in the Pelican School area to allow and promote more walking to school from this entire neighborhood.

  13. Stringio

    Added September 11 2015

    I would love to see bike lanes on eldorado as well

  14. Stringio

    Added September 11 2015

    I would love to see sharrows, but this would also be a great place to see protected bike lanes, as it would add to beautification AND result in safer bike - car interactions.

  15. Stringio

    Added September 10 2015

    OC&E is great, but I'd compare it to the A Canal with large cracks that are quite jarring on a bike.

  16. Stringio

    Added September 10 2015

    Many people travel over the 6th St via duct and it's quite scary on a bicycle. I see many people bike on the sidewalk. A bike lane would be nice just to alert drivers and give cyclists some security. The best option would be a protected bike lane. Also, with the closure of downtown Safeway/Haggens, many lower income people on bikes will have to travel over the via duct to get to grocery stores. Otherwise they have to go way off course on the A Canal trail...

  17. Stringio

    Added September 04 2015

    Street with Bicycle Lane

    Bicycle lane is not adequately protected for such a busy road. Cyclists and drivers are both at risk and will be apprehensive until there is a solution. In my opinion there must be a barrier, even if it's bushes or a line or trees between traffic and pedestrians and bikes. If there is not enough road width for a protected bike lane, can we turn one sidewalk into a multiuse paved trail?

  18. Stringio

    Added September 04 2015

    Signal crossing needed on A-Canal.

  19. Stringio

    Added September 04 2015

    Signal crossing needed on A-Canal.

  20. Stringio

    Added September 04 2015

    Foothills Trail

    Trees would be nice.

  21. Stringio

    Added September 04 2015

    There is a short gap in sidewalk connectivity here. This is a lot of foot traffic down El Dorado especially for those working at Skylakes and OIT. The sidewalks are generally good so it would take a minimal investment to just make the connection so people don't have to walk in the road.

  22. Stringio

    Added September 04 2015

    The "Soft Surface Trail" layer appears to be missing many of the "lower" trails in Moore Park.

  23. Stringio

    Added September 04 2015

    Campus Drive, especially crossing the highway from Biehn ST is not a good experience on bike. A safer connection between Biehn and Campus DR and the Kit Carson trail would be nice.

  24. Stringio

    Added September 04 2015

    This could be a nice area for a junction to connect Kit Carson, the A-Canal, and an Oregon Avenue bike lane. A-Canal should continue to the high school. Oregon Avenue should have a protected bike lane to connect Lakeshore to Downtown and the A-Canal.

  25. Stringio

    Added September 04 2015

    The paved trail overlooking Moore Park is an embarassment, with the asphalt in general disrepair. This is a nice short walk that I'd love to regularly take out-of-town visitors to, because of the spectacular lake views, but I'm embarassed to, because of the state of maintenance.