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Q: You recently asked readers to submit the most memorable Roadshow stories from over the years. Years ago, a reader, whose daughter was learning to play the harp, asked for advice on vehicles that could transport such an instrument. Several had suggestions, but one wrote that he solved this problem by leaving his harp in San Francisco. Perhaps it is my quirky sense of humor, but I thought that was hilarious.

Tom Darby, San Jose

A: How about the rest of you? I’m compiling favorite columns and stories and we will rerun some of them periodically.

Q: I meant to send you this months ago, but forgot every time after going through the Interstate 680 – Highway 4 interchange. After improvements were completed there, the speed and sharp turn warning signs were not reinstalled for all ramps.

Especially dangerous is the ramp for exiting southbound I-680 and entering eastbound Highway 4. There are no reduced speed signs, or sharp curve ahead warning signs for this very sharp ramp, hidden from an approaching driver’s view by the overpass.

Please get Caltrans’ attention ASAP.

Richard Miller

A: Caltrans has a number of paving projects planned for this area. Missing and old signs will be reviewed and replaced then. I do hear what you are saying about the danger here, in their absence.

Q: My observation is that large elevated freeway signs are becoming a more frequent target for “taggers.” This makes using freeway signs, if you’re not familiar with the area, an unfortunate challenge. Some of these “artworks” must have taken hours to complete, during which I would have thought the “artist” would have been reported and possibly arrested.

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