Comments for “Klamath Falls TSP Update Comments”

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  1. Stringio

    Added July 06 2011

    Driver's are becoming more and more impatient when having to wait for oncoming vehicles at the intersection of Hwy 39 and Southside Bypass. Most often drivers wave their responsibility to stop and roll through the intersection infront of a vehicle traveling 55 mph. The long waits to enter the Hwy and the lack of visibility for all lanes of traffic is a concern.

  2. Stringio

    Added June 15 2011

    This is an example of how comments work on this map!

  3. Stringio

    Added June 15 2011

    I have much trouble connecting my home here to the rest of the bicycling network due to the issues on Oldman Road.

  4. Stringio

    Added February 10 2011

    this interchange should offer very fluent access on and off of Highway 97 without signals or stop signs. I have viewed at least 4 different ODOT options. What is on the table as the preferred TSP option.

  5. Stringio

    Added January 25 2011

    I would like to see a better intersection put in at the intersection of Dan Obrien Way and Campus Drive. There is a lot of congestion here in the mornings and a lack of vision as you crest the hill. I have seen numerous accidents here and very inefficient traffic flow.

  6. Stringio

    Added January 25 2011

    This intersection with the bike path going south is blind for the bikes. You can't see cars coming, until you get to the street. it would be nice if the cars would have a stop sign on the approaches to this intersection.

  7. Open-uri20130716-27835-at9ha4?1374017436

    Added January 25 2011

    stress cracks on path need to be fixed!

  8. Stringio

    Added January 24 2011

    This is a very dangerous intersection for cyclists and pedestrians. Cars taking a right hand turn from Summers lane seldom see or look for cyclists and pedestrians.

  9. Stringio

    Added January 24 2011

    Cycling access to the Weyerhaeuser road would alleviate cyclist use of Hwy 66. Many cyclist use 66 to get out to the beautiful roads we have in the surrounding area of Keno. Bicycle access to this paved road would take cyclist off of 66, where narrow shoulders and high speeds pose a real danger to cyclist.

  10. Stringio

    Added January 24 2011

    Lakeshore Dr. gets a heavy traffic from cyclists, continuing a bike lane to the Running Y would increase cyclist safety.

  11. Stringio

    Added January 24 2011

    A waterfront bike path would be a huge asset to the Klamath Downtown. Not only would it showcase the beautiful scenery here, it could connect the OC&E path in a more commuting friendly manner.

  12. Stringio

    Added January 24 2011

    Connecting OC & E trail to downtown would bring many people to the downtown area as well as safer access to the trail.

  13. Open-uri20130716-27835-1uzn1f0?1374017437

    Added January 24 2011

    A safer connection between the two bike paths between esplanade and melrose is needed. Many cyclist simply use Eldorado due to the disconnect here. It is assumed that cyclist will use the sidewalk here to connect to the other bike path, but use of sidewalks is prohibited in many areas. Many cyclist likely assume that the same is true for this section of bike path. Another point of confusion is for any cyclist traveling northwest bound on the bike path. In the current rules they have to cross Esplanade and the bypass using cross walks. Most cyclist, given a choice, will take the path in which they do not have to get off their bike to walk. They have to do that to use a crosswalk in a legal manner. Giving cyclist a way to easily cross the bypass and continue their travels on the bike path further up the road would greatly increase the use of the bike path from Melrose to Campus Dr., and would reduce bicycle and pedestrian traffic on Eldorado.

  14. Stringio

    Added January 24 2011

    Old Fort Road is a great road for cyclist and Pedestrians. Road signs advising cars to take caution to others using the road would make it an even better road to use.

  15. Stringio

    Added January 24 2011

    There is a frequent danger of cars making a right hand turn out of Summers lane onto 6th street without looking for pedestrians and cyclist crossing on the bike path.

  16. Stringio

    Added January 24 2011

    A cycling friendly route across the river here would keep cyclist off of the narrowed shoulder bridge here on 140. Many cyclist use this route to access the southern farm roads from downtown. Most cyclist turn off of 140 on Tingley lane.

  17. Stringio

    Added January 24 2011

    Old Fort road is used by cyclist as a valuable recreational spot. More room on the shoulder would grant cyclist and motor vehicles greater safety.

  18. Stringio

    Added January 24 2011

    Merging from Biehn St. on a bicycle is very hazardous here. If you go through the light from Biehn st. going onto Campus Dr. the bike lane ends and dumps you out in the middle of two lane traffic (you're in the middle of two lanes going the same direction). Not everybody coming from 97 onto Campus Dr. stops to let you over the the right side of the road, meaning you either have to stop in the middle of the lane and wait, or ride with traffic until a opening appears. Both options are very dangerous given the speed people come out of 97.

  19. Stringio

    Added January 24 2011

    1) I would love to see the OC&E trail connected to downtown Klamath Falls, ideally with a pedestrian/bike only path. I commute daily from downtown out south 6th on my bicycle. Portions of this commute are very bicycle unfriendly, like the bridge over the train tracks and the approach on either side. Better connectivity of the existing bike paths would be a boon to the region. I also agree with another comment that the Kit Carson bike path is in atrocious condtion and badly needs attention.

  20. Stringio

    Added January 24 2011

    A bike route from the sports park to downtown and other residential areas needs to be completed.

  21. Stringio

    Added January 24 2011

    This is a popular road for biking. More safety features for bikes or a separate future bike alignment would be ideal.

  22. Stringio

    Added January 24 2011

    The OC&E trail needs to connect to downtown so that there is a safe bicycle route from its current point of termination to downtown.

  23. Stringio

    Added January 23 2011

    Some of the road lines on Crater Lake Parkway between Esplanade and Washburn are worn off and it is very difficult to see the lanes when it is dark. It would be very helpful if the lines were repainted with reflective paint.

  24. Open-uri20130716-27835-12narv5?1374017438

    Added January 22 2011

    Around this area is a drain that sits about 4 to 6 inches below the roadway and it could cause damage to cars that may hit it due to that drop. Is it possible to raise it or some other alternative?

  25. Stringio

    Added January 22 2011

    Can the speed limit on the road be raised? most people drive like 55 to 65 (even though its marked 45) and I have never seen an accident or safety problem with increased speed