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monsoon, December 8, 2004
Posted December 8, 2004
Those figures don't surprise me one bit. Only Los Angeles raises a bit of question, but LA isn't so bad when you really think about it.
I wouldn't want to walk in Florida...my goodness
Posted December 9, 2004
When I was a teenager (the mid 90s) I used to bike around much of south Jacksonville. No sidewalks in many areas, and not a single bike lane anywhere during that time. Even today, I can't think of many roads that have them.
On one particular four-lane road, I almost got hit by a car once and also got blown into a ditch by a passing semi-trailer (we were in the "Jacksonville bike lane" aka the white line at the edge of the pavement). My friend even got hit by a car once (he was unharmed). The traffic is so much worse now and I can't imagine trying to safely bike around anywhere useful.
Posted December 26, 2005
Wondering if San Francisco will make the 2005 list; I think 12 deaths this year?
It's no wonder why so many Florida cities are on the list. We have crazy drivers around here.
Posted December 27, 2005
Tallahassee has 24 traffic-related fatalities this year, so we might be on the list this year.
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