On the Burke-Gilman, at the train tracks crossing east of Hale's, someone has put up a large, spray-painted sign that says "Poo Poo for Choo Choo". Probably someone who isn't very happy with the new crossing situation.
I'm not sure if it's any safer than it was before, myself. The new crossing forces cyclists to slow down, turn, immediately enter a short stretch that's barely wider than two bicycles with an immediate drop off the pavement on either side, and then make another turn.
That's fine if everyone's slowing down and being careful also a reasonably skilled cyclist. If two people approach from opposite directions and one cuts the corner, then someone's likely to be in trouble, and the person who falls is likely to be the more cautious cyclist, not the one who breezed through.
Has anybody been in, or seen, an accident there since the change?