Right hook (car turned right, across your path)
Roadway description: No bicycle markings
Your story: I was going east on Wilson to get to the Lakefront path. There are two lanes in each direction the block before the onramps to Lake Shore Drive. A driver in the left lane, without signaling, turned right across my path (I was the “first in line” at the light at Sheridan), to get onto southbound Lake Shore Drive.
- Install stop signs at exits to force drivers to slow down instead of speed up to ramp,
- Lower turn radius onto on-ramps so drivers can’t enter them so quickly,
- Install a bike lane with markings “to lakefront” and mark the roadway lane so the left driving lane prohibits turning right onto the ramp (least helpful)