FWIW, video link goes 20 seconds in, if you want to start from the beginning, try this. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uMAuOO99sgI
0 T X X T T 0:19 5 T Y T T X 1:13 10 T T X T X 1:26 15 T T T X X 2:21 20 X X X T O 2:35 25 T O O X T 2:57 30 X O T O O 3:38 35 T T X X X 4:06 40 X X O T T 4:48 45 T X X endThat gives us 47 vehicles total: Touched - Unsafe (T)= 21 vehicles or 44.68% Crossed - Very Unsafe (X)= 19 vehicles or 40.43% Outside - Safe (O)= 7 vehicles or 14.89% I was surprised at how few drivers managed to not touch the bike lane with their tires, it was under 15%! If we add up the touched and crossed: Touched or Crossed Bike lane (T+X)= 21+19 = 40 (of 47 total) or about 85% I think this intersection needs some work. The yellow buffer area could be shrunk to give a wider lane and longer transition here to help guide vehicles from encroaching in the bike lane. Potentially, a buffer could be added around the bike lane if enough space could be taken from the yellow buffered area. The metered parking area which the bike lane routes around only accommodates approximately 2 vehicles due to fire hydrant in center of parking area, if these parking spaces are not needed, the bike lane could be straightened for this block, but there would likely be resistance from nearby residents, or the first baptist church which borders the two metered parking spaces.