There are surely other things to note, but others will note them better.
So let's focus on local detail instead.
On the 12th Street project between Hoyt and Fairview, more of the striping has been done, and yet more of the design is coming into focus. But some details sure seem kludgy. (Some previous notes here.)
|Looking south - two driveways (near, and at blue sign)|
make dashed bike lane transition tricky and stressful
There was talk about adding green paint to the bike lane here with ARTS funding, and that may help. But it might have been better not to make the transition in front of two driveways.
|Swerving around rain gardens (looking north)|
|Short curb slopes down|
left to right
Maybe underground utilities dictated the location here, but even if there was no other choice, it shows how we privilege the auto with straight lines, not chicanes, but put "chicanery" in the sidewalk.
For contrast, here's an earlier picture of an off-set rain garden that keeps the sidewalk in-line.
|New rain garden, placed behind the sidewalk (in September)|
Addendum, early evening
Here's a couple of clips from the NACTO Urban Bikeway Design Guide. What they show suggests the treatment here on 12th is far from best practice.
|The main drawing doesn't show driveways|
|And they add as a "don't" a caution against the weaving merge|