These “Yield to Pedestrian” signs have been popping up all over Brickell. For the most part they have been placed in the correct location- in the middle of the road, where drivers can see them. However, the placement of this particular sign is just simply awful. Not only do drivers not notice the sign, but it also encroaches in the bike lane. I tried to move the sign, but it is bolted down into the road. Please move the sign where it belongs- in between the travel lanes before the crosswalk. Also, let’s stop purchasing the “Yield to Pedestrian” and start buying the “Stop for Pedestrian” signs instead.
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