Although we have buffered bike lanes on Michigan now, which is a huge win for bikers and drivers alike, there is still a long way to go in terms of safety and comfort. There are so few pedestrian crosswalks - let's get some HAWKS or other technology to safely get folks across the street. Another issue is the lack of space between the parking aisle and driving aisle. Opening your door and safely exiting your vehicle is pretty much impossible unless the driving lane next to you is empty - which can be an infrequent occurrence, depending on the time of day. This can lead people to park partially in the buffer space between the bike lane, which can cause safety challenges for bicyclists. I'd love to see BRT along this corridor - legitimate BRT with signal priority and a dedicated lane. The city of tomorrow is not the city of the personal occupancy vehicle prioritized above all else. Our obsession with the car has caused us to accept the deaths of drivers, bicyclists, and pedestrians and we don't have to!