The Art Deco clock on the Golden Gate Bridge toll plaza was re-installed this past weekend after a roughly eight-month absence, but it will take a few more weeks before its hands start moving again.
A van full of passengers was stuck in the SF bay after the tide caught them by surprise.
CHP logs indicate that the animal was “knocked” from the southbound lanes to the northbound lanes at 5:14 a.m.
As soon as this week, drivers going through Golden Gate Bridge’s Toll Plaza can expect some changes. Working crews will be closing two booths each month for the next two months to perform earthquake retrofitting.
Commuters who factored in the usual lighter traffic across the Bay Bridge this Friday likely found themselves turning up late to work after a painfully slow commute from the East Bay.
Anybody headed north over the Golden Gate Bridge beginning at 9 p.m. Friday had better be prepared for a possible slowdown. Commuters will run into repair work being done to the iconic toll plaza.
A Sacramento man whose pickup truck caught fire Thursday morning near the toll plaza on the Bay Bridge was placed in the hospital on an emergency psychiatric hold, according to the California Highway Patrol.
The opening of a new Golden Gate Bridge moveable barrier will be in early January 2015. According to transit officials the installation will require the bridge be shutdown for two-days.
Drivers surprised by a new exit location are trying to avoid driving over the Golden Gate Bridge after they miss the last San Francisco exit by making a risky, illegal turn which could prove disastrous as one incident illustrated Monday.
Caltrans is warning riders that a paving project on the 580 to I-80 maze connection will cause hours of rerouting overnight for the next few weeks.