Editorial: Now it's up to motorists

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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 ...
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Harold Bolquist

Tuolumne, CA

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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

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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.

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