Posts Tagged ‘Bay Bridge’
The shimmering new eastern span of the Bay Bridge opened to traffic about 10 p.m. Monday night.
Work has gone so smoothly on the eastern span on the Bay Bridge that the bridge will be opening sooner than expected.
A Brisbane man wants an modern, eco-conscious house built from environmentally-tainted Bay Bridge parts.
Hurray for the new East Span. May plate tectonics not ruin this bridge, take any lives, or interrupt another baseball game.
24-hour BART hopes to ease the pain of a scheduled six-day Bay Bridge closure over Labor Day weekend.
Lawmakers have found a way to honor former S.F. mayor and assembly speaker Willie Brown.
Just when we thought it was all going smoothly, the Bay Bridge had to go and bust its bolts.
It’s taken decades for the new Bay Bridge to be built, so perhaps it’s natural the old one will take years to dismantle.
The Bay Bridge has rarely outshined its famous safety orange cousin. Tuesday night was one of those times.
Bay Area residents eagerly anticipating the walk across the Bay Bridge on Labor Day weekend might be a little less excited to find out that the celebratory walk ain’t free.
While the new Bay Bridge bike path is exciting, it only gets you halfway across the bay from Oakland to Treasure Island.
A $31 million security system would train digital eyes on every cranny and nook of the new Bay Bridge span.
You soon won’t have to worry anymore about the Bay Bridge collapsing into The Bay on your morning commute.
The Bay Lights — an epic public art installation on the Bay Bridge — has gotten the green light for early 2013.
One man is setting out to light up the Bay Bridge in a unique art installation with over 25,000 programmable lights.
Just what you needed, a bit of food for thought as you look forward to traversing the brand new eastern span of the Bay Bridge.
Commuters, we’ve been down this road before. Or, this road has been down before.
The tree box on the corner has got nothing on this little slice of doggie heaven in the shadow of the Bay Bridge.
The good news is that designers have cooked up designs for a pedestrian and bicycle path on the western span of the Bay Bridge. The bad news is nobody has any idea how to pay for it.
Caltrans insists the new Bay Bridge is safe, but the Sacramento Bee has caught them in a boo-boo.