If you are going north on 164th and stop at the lights at Redmond way (northbound) the lane seems wide enough to accomodate a left turn bay in addition to a "straight only" lane. Currently there is no advance green light so cars can get stuck behind one while waiting to turn left. Painting in a left turn lane and altering the traffic lights accordingly to keep them to the side while allowing through traffic to pass would ...more »
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Administrators of home ownership associations are able to engage in forms of harassment disguised as administrative duty while at the same time operating outside of the scope of what police are able to respond to, and what the court is able to order speedy and inexpensive protection for. The phenomena needs to be acknowledged, and resources provided for victims of non-criminal harassment, including information offered ...more »
I'd suggesting adding a crosswalk button + flashing lights to some of the crosswalks near busy traffic in Redmond (similar to the crosswalk near QFC at Bella Bottega).
I'm worried that I'm going to get hit by a car every time I cross the 164th and Redmond Way crosswalk since cars are traveling pretty fast. Same for the new Cleveland Street crosswalk near Tipsy Cow/Matador.
@linda_beecher from Twitter suggested improving traffic in the SR520 / NE 40 St area by establishing light rail between Redmond and Seattle. Also a suggestion to encourage Microsoft bus use or add a local only shuttle?