Errant & Beltline Trial drivers show obstacles required

Within the newest foot of the opening of the public in Dublin, Lyft's own driver was coming out on the upgraded path on Saturday.

It happens that the driver was not alone. But planned changes could cure the situation, says Curbed Atlanta officials.

The user of Atlanta Reddit video on the clear Lyft window, which shows a white sedan teaching south to the DeKalb Avenue as the camera operator is wearing a smile.

It is possible that the driver could enter the Beltline through the Irwin Street crossroads, near Krog Street Market. Although that entrance has blocked bollards, allowing for adequate space for bicycles and pedestrians to flow through freedom.

However, the most likely case is that a Lyft-like driver of another driver has seen in recent times the new ways used to recently open new sections along the DeKalb Avenue to enter the amount which could be attracted to a street.


These hairdressers will not reach the Irwin Street intersection with any sedan.
Sean Keenan, Curbed Atlanta

Beltline officials told Curbed Atlanta that they put the movie of both cars on the Beltline to the Atlanta Police Department.

Additional mulks will be installed along the Kalb Avenue between Krog and Airline streets. Those were foreseen in recent cases when drivers had errant but they should not be installed yet.


Looking back west down DeKalb Avenue, near the Krog Street intersection.
Sean Keenan, Curbed Atlanta

In addition, temporary barrels, officials, now have a driver block that is confusing to drive the way.

Update: Lyft spokeswoman sent the following statement to Post Posted: "Safety is our main priority, and we accept allegations of unsafe driving very seriously. All drivers on the Lyft platform are required by law and follow the appropriate local regulations when driving, and we have come to the driver to warn them about this incident. "


Looking east towards the southern end of the current U.S. route.
Sean Keenan, Curbed Atlanta


Looking north from the point of view of the Dalkalb Avenue of Traenach an Easta, where the Lyft car was found.
Sean Keenan, Curbed Atlanta

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