Editorial: Now it's up to motorists

Full story: The Reporter
If all goes well for the next two days, 2010 may go down in the local history books as the year when no one died on a dangerous stretch of Highway 12, heretofore known as "Blood Alley." That portion of the highway between Fairfield and Rio Vista -- and on to Interstate 5 in San Joaquin County -- became infamous for head-on collisions that ... Full Story
Harold Bolquist

Tuolumne, CA

#1 Dec 30, 2010
Hwy 12 will not be safe until a barrier is installed, period! The same idiots still drive that road, intent on passing, just to get to the stop lights at either end.
Prodigal Son

Sunnyvale, CA

#2 Dec 30, 2010
Were it not for Jerry Brown stopping highway construction during his first term, Hwys 12 and 37 might now be the four-lane arteries they need to be.

I wonder what depredations he will wreak during his second go at it. It's hard to wreck a state, but he is not for want of trying.

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

San Joaquin County Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
Will the water last in California? Nov '14 fish294 1
Fraud claims coming to court (Jun '07) Oct '14 KeS 3
Stockton bank robbery: Manager volunteered to b... Jul '14 Conio 1
Surviving Stockton Bank Robbery And Chase Suspe... Jul '14 TBL 4
$2.9M nature park goes before Fairfield council Jun '14 left hook 1
Delta solar farm plan dies amid red tape (Mar '14) Mar '14 SpaceBlues 1
Cartel hitman has been working as a landscaper ... (Dec '13) Dec '13 Serrano Red 1
More from around the web