Today, after too many times to count, I watched two cars in my rear-view mirror speed down the ferry holding lane on 104, passing those traveling on the main road. If they had bothered to read the signs they were whizzing past, they might have noticed that you aren’t allowed to travel in that lane and that the holding lane has to yield to cars turning right onto Pine Street. The first car barreled past, but I was in front of the other car that was still speeding up from behind. I turned right and they yielded, but not without honking. It’s obvious that people are not reading the signage and this turn is dangerous for everyone.
I’d like to suggest that the city put in a right-turn lane here (there is space, the ferry traffic can simply hold farther back). In the meantime, larger and more flashy signs and flags are needed, perhaps with a warning of how much they’ll be fined if they travel in the holding lane.