A right-turn-only lane on westbound Parkcenter Boulevard at Park Boulevard would increase overall intersection delays; Broadway Avenue off-ramp and under Federal Way in need of cleaning; left turns will not be restricted from Coffey Street onto Chinden Boulevard
Dear Road Wizard: Is there any possibility of considering that the right-most lane heading toward Downtown Boise on the west Parkcenter Boulevard bridge be made into a right-turn-only lane? A lot of the signal time is for those turning left from Park Boulevard onto the bridge, allowing considerable time for right-turning traffic. There could even be a green right-turn arrow during that Park green light to speed up traffic flow from the bridge.
Dear Road Wizard: I am wondering who is in charge of maintenance for the Broadway Avenue off-ramp and under Federal Way? Weeds, trash, curb dirt! This is not a good introduction to the city and the main corridor to Boise State University!
Dear Road Wizard: I would like to suggest that the intersection of Coffey Street and Chinden Boulevard in Boise be made a "no left turn" intersection from Coffey. When I was making a left from Chinden onto Coffey, there were cars on both sides of Chinden (on Coffey) trying to make left-hand turns. I occupied the left-turn lane on Chinden traveling west, but there was a car still interested in making the turn from Coffey onto Chinden going east. I couldn't get off Chinden fast enough. I was afraid for my life. I am not a giant fan of traffic restrictions but a "no left turn" sign on both sides of Chinden at Coffey will save lives.Joe
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