"You could also try the police. There's a city ordinance against parking or standing in a bike lane... this might reasonably apply to anything else that blocks the lane. Stealing, damaging or kicking the sign probably would not be regarded…"
"I'm going to try messaging the ATA again expressing the hope that *this* could be the year when this problem gets resolved. They were talking about a "bikes-only" signal at Halsted to allow bikes to get to the right. That seems a bit…"
"Just read this while skimming the thread. I totally agree with you that this area is problematic. I usually make an effort to get over to the right side of Jackson just before the bike lane ends at Halsted which I find to be a bit safer anyway…"
"Bro in a black Ram 1500 was partially blocking the bike lane on Elston, in the viaduct, coming up on Ashland, and I bumped up against him as I passed. He slowed as he passed me after the Cortland and told me not to touch cars, then asked how I would…"
"Getting ready to trash a place on Yelp right now. Today, a Ferrara Bakery van unloaded a huge lunch order while parked in the middle of the Dearborn lane right in front of the Cook County Admin Bldg and only steps from its loading dock. They opened…"
I haven't gotten a call, or email yet either. I'm indifferent. If they contact me I'll go help out. If not, I'll make this (foodproof.com/photos/full/bacon-cheese-roll-1290) and watch a bunch of football.
The size of a large bike ride can be used to cover direct action. Or we could circle around a station for hours keeping any financial transaction from happening. I don't really want to get into the details of anything online so find me at a ride.