Richmond-San Rafael Bridge
Located on Interstate 580 between Contra Costa and Marin counties, the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge has served the needs of North Bay travelers for more than 60 years.
The Richmond-San Rafael Bridge has served the needs of North Bay travelers for more than 60 years.
Access to the bridge was significantly improved with the completion in 2001 of the Richmond Parkway. This 7.5-mile, four- to six-lane roadway provides bridge users with a direct connection to Interstate 80 near Pinole. Bay Area Transit Authority (BATA)-funded trestle and fender rehabilitation and deck replacement was completed in 2006.
How many bikes and pedestrians have crossed the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge trail since November 2019? What times of day do most bikes and pedestrians make the trip?
Bridge Facts At-A-Glance
|Location:||Interstate 580 between Contra Costa and Marin counties|
|Structure:||Cantilever and truss|
|Length:||5.5 miles (including approaches)|
|Vertical Clearance:||185 feet|
|Channel Span:||1,070 feet|
|Tower Height:||325 feet|
|Collection:||One way, westbound in Richmond|
|Traffic Lanes:||Two lanes in each direction|
|FY 2020-21 Total Toll-Paid Vehicles:||11,994,599|
|FY 2020-21 Total Tolls Collected:||$95,304,884|
|Bridge Path Counter Data:||Access bicycle and pedestrian counter data|