Open House: Golden Gate Bridge Sidewalk Safety

From Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District (GGBHTD):

The GGBHTD will host two open house style informational meetings to exchange information and ideas and to discuss further the recent proposal to add a speed limit to the Golden Gate Bridge sidewalks.

WHEN/WHERE:
6 am to 8 AM at the EAST sidewalk  entrance to the Golden Gate Bridge at Vista Point
3 pm to 5 pm in the Board Room, Admin  Building, 2nd floor  at the Golden Gate Bridge Toll Plaza

More details will follow next week. And in the mean time, a big thank you to all for your helpful comments received to date.

You can read the proposal and consultant report here: http://goldengate.org/news/bridge/bikespeedlimit.php

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