Caltrans’ plan was to save money and protect the environment by bringing down the old bridge piers with explosives. But once again, the agency finds itself taking a detour, for one specific fish.
Transportation Officials Approve $450,000 Contract To Study Electronic Tolling For All Bay Area Bridges
The Bay Bridge, along with six other state-owned bridges, may move to all-electronic tolling—just like the Golden Gate Bridge has for the past two years—as a decision to move ahead with study will be made on Wednesday.
A tiny threatened fish could complicate the state’s plans to blow up one of the piers of the old east span of the San Francisco Bay Bridge.
It’s been a little over two years now since The Bay Lights went up on the Western Span of the Bay Bridge. On Friday, they’re going to come down, but just for a little while after the art display became famous around the globe.
The 1.8 mile light display that has been wowing people along San Francisco’s Embarcadero for the last couple of years is about to go dark, but not before providing us with some really spectacular photos of the city’s waterfront.
The waters of the San Francisco Bay will be a bit darker beginning next month as the Bay Lights display on the Bay Bridge will be turned off—temporarily.
Part of the old Bay Bridge may be brought down with explosives.
An accident involving a California Highway Patrol officer has eastbound lanes blocked on the lower deck of the Bay Bridge.
The glass elevator, which transports maintenance workers to the top of the suspension tower, has been out of service since early January.
One of the Bay Bridge’s three radar beacons — which alerts sailors to the midpoint between bridge towers — has not been working properly since December 17.