Berkeley photographer Karl Nielsen trains his lens on a region transformed by the Covid-19 emergency and orders to eliminate unnecessary travel.
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Social Distancing: Photographer Focuses on Uneasy Living
Happy 80th Birthday, Golden Gate Bridge!
The Golden Gate Bridge will turn 80 years old on Saturday, May 27, 2017, and the Golden Gate Bridge District is asking the public to help celebrate the milestone by sharing their favorite memories
Officials Gather to Mark Start of Construction of Golden Gate Bridge Suicide Deterrent System
Politicians, community advocates, and transportation agencies came together this morning to commemorate the beginning of construction of the suicide deterrent system on the Golden Gate Bridge.
MTC Closes Funding Gap for Golden Gate Bridge Suicide Barrier
It’s full speed ahead for the Golden Gate Bridge suicide deterrent project, thanks to an infusion of $40 million approved by MTC today.
Doyle Drive/Presidio Parkway: After the Closure Pain, a Gain for Motorists
There is a year of landscaping yet to do, and some overnight restriping of lanes, but San Francisco's new and improved connector to the Golden Gate Bridge is open to traffic.
Doyle Drive Closure
San Francisco’s Doyle Drive will shut down for nearly four days this weekend, making travel to and through the Golden Gate Bridge difficult.
New Website Lets Residents Monitor Bay Area's Vital Signs
OAKLAND, CA — The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) today unveiled its innovative Vital Signs website (vitalsigns.mtc.ca
Golden Gate Bridge & Highway 101 Closure in January 2015
UPDATE: Sunday, January 11, 2015, 10 p.m.
MTC Approves $27 Million for Suicide Barriers on Golden Gate Bridge
The Commission today approved $27 million for the construction of suicide deterrents on the Golden Gate Bridge.
A Parkway in Progress: The Seismic Remake of Doyle Drive Shapes Up
This is a companion piece to Planting a Parkway: Nursery Grows Native Plants for Doyle Drive
Golden Gate Bridge Suicide Deterrent System
The first suicide on the Golden Gate Bridge happened three months after it opened in 1937.
Ceremony: Beginning of the Golden Gate Bridge Suicide Deterrent System Construction Project
Politicians, community advocates, and transportation agencies came together on April 13, 2017, to commemorate the beginning of construction of the suicide deterrent system on the Golden Gate Bridge
Golden Gate Bridge Suicide Barrier Renderings
It’s full speed ahead for the Golden Gate Bridge suicide deterrent project, thanks to an infusion of of funding from MTC to close a gap in the project's $204 million budget. At their December 2016
MTC 2016 Awards: Golden Gate Bridge Moveable Median Barrier
The Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District was named an Award of Merit winner for successfully installing the Moveable Median Barrier and making related traffic control improvement