The $1.1 billion project to replace San Francisco’s dangerous approach to the Golden Gate Bridge could face another delay, as leaders scramble to line up funding.
Drivers will be given a month’s notice before the closure, and after that traffic will be moved permanently off of Doyle Drive and onto a new bridge, a new tunnel, and a new, temporary detour.
Golden Gate Bridge District officials are making plans for a weekend closure of Doyle Drive later this year, assuring drivers that there will be plenty of notice along with expanded bus and ferry service.
A significant detour is being put into place later this year to accommodate the ongoing construction project along Doyle Drive, one of the key approaches to the Golden Gate Bridge.
Five people were taken to hospitals with minor injuries after a crash on San Francisco’s Doyle Drive Tuesday afternoon that snarled traffic for more than an hour.
A minor-injury crash involving a van and a Golden Gate Transit bus blocked lanes of Doyle Drive just south of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco Tuesday morning.
Commuters will be able to drive the new approach to the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco well before the project is completed in 2014.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee is stepping up his campaign to nail down federal transit funding for a number of big projects.
SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – The fall should mean less congestion around the construction on Doyle Drive, a Golden Gate Bridge District official said Friday. Summer poses extra challenges when it comes to keeping the traffic […]
Northbound traffic has been a mess lately on Doyle Drive, leading to the Golden Gate Bridge. Traffic managers think they’ve figured out why and how to fix it.