Golden Gate Bridge Pedestrian and Bicycle Sidewalk Access Change

"Golden Gate Bridge sidewalk access will be altered by SF Marathon. East
and west sidewalks will open at 5 am. The public is advised not to
access the sidewalk until after 10 am as the parking areas and exits on
both sides of the Bridge will be closed until 10 am"

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