Though California has been officially reopened for more than a month, travel on the Golden Gate Bridge is down 20 percent compared to pre-pandemic levels.
The FasTrak rate on the Golden Gate Bridge will rise from $7.70 to $8.05, the Pay-As-You-Go rate from $8.40 to $8.60 and toll invoices from $8.70 to $9.05.
A container ship carrying a giant crane overcame a tricky maneuver and sailed smoothly under San Francisco's Golden Gate and Bay Bridges on its way to the Port of Oakland.
The Port of Oakland is set to receive a new, giant crane in the early morning hours Thursday via a 764-foot-long ship, the Zhen Hua 26 from China.
On the Golden Gate Bridge, Monday marchers were letting their feet do the talking in a campaign to combat climate change.
Following a retrofit last year of the sidewalk safety railing, wind is causing the Golden Gate Bridge to emit a loud hum that can be heard for miles. Engineers are working on a solution, but bridge officials couldn't provide additional details.
Parts of the Golden Gate Bridge's eastside sidewalk will soon be narrower due to work on the suicide deterrent net, officials with the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District said.
The Golden Gate Bridge toll is not going up, but authorities are cutting 200 jobs to make up a budget gap.
The Golden Gate Bridge is eliminating more than 200 jobs instead of an alternative that would have increased tolls.
Members of the Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District are set to meet to discuss possibly raising tolls another $2 or laying off workers. That means "pay as you go" drivers would pay about $10.
Elissa Harrington reports.
Elissa Harrington reports.
Traffic on the bridge will remain open in both directions, but motorists may be delayed while the lanes are closed.
Only one southbound lane and two northbound lanes will be open during the work.
Striping work was done overnight Saturday and has been extended to overnight Sunday.
The toll on the world famous Golden Gate Bridge increased Wednesday morning.
Parking lots on the south end of the Golden Gate Bridge have reopened on weekdays after previously closing as a result of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, bridge officials said Monday.
High winds on Friday produced tones that are the side effect of a handrail retrofit designed to make the span more aerodynamic on gusty days.
The auditory effect was captured in this video filmed by local resident Brianne Howell. She told Storyful she “started hearing a strange sound at random times for the past month or so while walking through Land’s End”, a coastal strip on the Golden Gate strait known for its walking tracks.
Leigh Martinez reports.