The week of Dec. 16, Santa Rosa police will be monitoring one of the city’s most collision-prone intersections, Bicentennial Way at Mendocino Avenue, which  last year was tied for seventh place with six collisions.

As part of a weekly Monday through Friday special enforcement program, Officer Jeff Adams says officers particularly will be looking for drivers not wearing seat belts, who are illegally using cellphones, are speeding, running red lights or committing lane violations.

Each week, the officers pick one of the city’s top 25 collision-troubled intersections to monitor.

To read about the city’s other top intersections for collisions, CLICK HERE.

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  1. Joseph Donegan

    Another good spot to watch next fall is teachers from Santa Rosa High School making a left to northbound lanes in front of McDonalds, despite a clearly posted sign and concrete median installed to deter such actions. What is the head fake being taught to our students, that it is okay to disobey the law. Thus we now have hundreds of students j-walking at that location despite a crosswalk only 30 yards away.

    December 16th, 2013 1:48 pm

  2. Don Jesephegan

    JD, I would pay a cover fee to watch people meet you in person and realize just how bat$#!7 crazy you really are.

    December 20th, 2013 10:54 am

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