"It's a matter of perspective. I don't commute on that section of LFT but if I did I'd likely just ride the ped path west of Cricket Hill to avoid the conflicts you note and take a more direct route.
The only time I'm up…"
"If you want to avoid this, and don't mind a little gravel, when headed northbound turn right by the clocktower and go behind the golf tee off. It's a gravel park district road with butterflies, birds, and a family of raccoons. It…"
"There is a lack of compliance with standards, and a lack of enforcement of standards. Which is to say things are a bit of an anarchistic free-for-all in some instances, and also coupled with a fair amount of hypocrisy from time to…"
"I've tried to stay off the north path now designated a running path but I hate the new path for bikes around Cricket Hill for so many reasons. It's full of pedestrians, dogs, coolers, soccer players and children, not to mention terrible…"
"CPD has raised the path under there so it doesn't flood as easily, and most people still bypass it when it's bone dry. Even with all the orange catch-fences it hasn't stopped a lot of people. I finally gave in and use the underpass,…"
"I agree. I don't expect anything to change. People will keep doing what they do and now they have more places to crash while they do it. One day on my way home from work at 5 pm, a group of probably at least 10 spandex clad bikers were riding…"
Hey Dawn! I also live in Edgewater, right by that nasty Clark/Ridge debacle that you referred to. Anyway, if you take Ravenswood north, it'll spit you out on Peterson, just a few blocks west of Ridge. From there, it's not too far to that Target. Hope this helps!