2019 of 20 in 20 Quick Fix Wish List-HUB Tri-Cities LC [Submitted June 4, 2019-edited CM Dec2019]
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20 in 20 Quick Fix Wish List, submitted by HUB Tri-Cities + BeAn Local Committee
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Step 1Choose Quick Fixes that are low-cost and time-efficient infrastructure maintenance, repairs, or upgrades. They must not require public consultation.
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Consult the Quick Fix Inventory on the next sheet for inspiration and ideas, and feel free to add any quick fixes your team may have already planned between July and Nov 2019.
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Step 2Please submit this Quick Fix Wish List to Andrew (andrew@bikehub.ca) by the end of June 2019.
Quick Fixes take place up until November 2019.
Please send andrew@bikehub.ca photographic evidence (before and after) of the Quick Fixes. HUB will then promote the photos on the 20 in 20 web page and through its social media channels.
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*Municipal Staff can choose up to 20 Quick Fixes*Type of Quick Fix (Surface Treatment, Signage, Wayfinding, etc.)JurisdictionSpecific Location of Quick Fix
(include municipality please)
Specific AskPhotographic Evidence (photo, google map link, etc.)For Municipal Staff use
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[example # 1]Surface Treatment (pothole)XOn X Street, between X and X Avenues, [Jurisdiction]Two large potholes to be filled on the south bound lane.[Link or insert here if possible]Modifications to Suggested Quick Fix (if applicable)Committed (Yes/ No)Estimated Completion DatePhotographic Evidence Obtained (Yes / No)
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[example # 2]Repair (bike lane)XOn X Blvd, between X and X Streets, [Jurisdiction]A section of the eastbound bike lane on X Boulevard, closer to the X Street intersection is faded and could use new paint. [Link or insert here if possible]
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1clean up garbageCoquitlammary hill connector single track from Maquebeak park to Colony farm. There is a lot of garbage thrown on the trail from the road. Bushes could be trimmed too.
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2Surface TreatmentCoquitlamCameron & North Road (Coquitlam)Move east curb back to position prior to SkyTrain construction to reduce conflict on left turns from Cameron.https://goo.gl/maps/BvwQkWB65NF2
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3Improve trail accessCoquitlamhttps://goo.gl/maps/Lif66anUwWKFyYpX8This little trail has a gate in front that makes it extremely difficult to get a bike or stroller through. Can it be removed? There is no risk of anyone getting a car in here.
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4SignageCoquitlamEntry to HomeSense/Winners, West bound on Lougheed Higway east of Schoolhouse Street, CoquitlamUnder the right turn only sign add a " Except Bicycles" sign, I have been tailgaited by vehicle through this bike only corridor more than once.
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5PaintCoquitlamDavid Separated Path intersections - especially at Shaughnessy, Oxford and Coast MeridianPaint the crosswalks green where the separated path along the south side of David crosses Shaughnessy, Oxford and Coast Meridian. Drivers are not looking out for cyclists and often make right/left turns from David on to those roads cutting off cyclists or nearly hitting them. David at Shaughnessy
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6Clean up sand/dirt/debrisCoquitlamCoquitlam: Pitt River Road, East Side (Between Lougheed Hwy and Traboulay Trail)The cycling route between the Traboulay Trail and the Yellow Gate at Riverview (near Lougheed and Pitt River Road) runs along the East sidewalk of Pitt River Road. This sidewalk is currently very sandy and covered with debris. The worst section is right at the intersection of Pitt River Road and Lougheed Hwy (see image).https://photos.app.goo.gl/zdb5juhDjKDR63hE8
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7Grind curbCoquitlamNorth boundary of Como Lake park at the eastern end of Grover avenueThere is an informal trail along the north boundary of the park but the entrance from Grover (going east) has a very abrupt jog that also has visibility issues. Could be fixed by grinding down the ashpalt curb to allow cyclist to proceed in a straight line.
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8Clean bike lanesCoquitlamAll of the Port Mann bike infrastructure adjacent to roadsThere is always an unacceptable level of debris on the bike lanes near car lanes on the Coquitlam side. Needs regular sweeping.
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