A battle is starting to heat up again between pedestrians and bicyclists who like to stroll or ride over the Golden Gate Bridge.
The two main cables that hold up the Golden Gate Bridge are getting completely repainted for the first time since the iconic span opened in 1937. The four-year paint job is having a big impact on walkers and bikers who cross the bridge.
Several safety improvements are coming to the Golden Gate Bridge in the wake of complaints by bicyclists forced to share the eastern sidewalk with pedestrians during construction on the western side of the structure.
There is a big push to get more students in the Bay Area walking and biking to school, instead of riding in buses and cars.