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Safety Nets on the Golden Gate

Safety Nets on the Golden Gate

by Diani Ellis

March 24, 2020

Since its opening day in 1937, the bridge has had on average about 30 people each year take their lives by climbing over the edge and leaping off. Recently, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors has decided to go further with building a barrier to prevent suicidal jumpers. With figuring out the best way ...

Golden Gate Bridge officials urge for bridge toll

Katie Mullen

November 10, 2014

The Golden Gate Bridge: a San Francisco icon, a world traveler’s destination, and most importantly, a means of getting from one side of the bay to the other. It seems that people may have forgotten that the bridge is a form of accessibility, not a ride at Disneyland. The city of San Francisco has d...

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