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Riders need to show printed or digital confirmation of same-day appointment when boarding.
Get up-to-date info on impacts to our Bridge, Bus & Ferry services on our COVID-19 Developments & Response page.
South end GGB parking lots along Merchant Road remain CLOSED. Visitors are encouraged to wear face coverings and practice social distancing.
Each year the Golden Gate Bridge attracts more than 10 million visitors to take in its tremendous 746-foot tall towers, sweeping main cables, signature International Orange color and Art Deco styling. It is a sensory experience featuring color, light and sound.
What to Do During Your Visit Practical information for planning your visit.
History of the Bridge Learn all the facts and history about the iconic Bridge.
Beginning Monday, April 5, people biking and walking on the Golden Gate Bridge east sidewalk will notice sections of the pathway narrowed for construction and storage related to the ongoing installation of the Suicide Deterrent Net.
Marin Transit, SMART, and Golden Gate Transit and Ferry will provide free transit trips to and from vaccination sites for community members with appointments.
Effective Dates: 4/10 - 4/17 (Updated weekly). Due to social-distancing requirements, we have increased capacity on some bus trips by adding extra buses to follow behind frequently-crowded trips.
Extra trip schedule
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Golden Gate Bridge District continues to maintain essential functions, including at the Bridge and operating bus and ferry public transportation services. Find out what else the District is doing.
After Friday, March 5, 2021, Golden Gate Sausalito Ferry service will be temporarily suspended and replaced with Golden Gate Transit bus service while the Sausalito float is removed for required maintenance.
Bay Area transit agencies are teaming up to ensure that those individuals who are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine can use transit to get to vaccination sites - and can easily learn where and how to do it.
Until further notice, due to the coronavirus pandemic, Golden Gate Transit and Golden Gate Ferry are running reduced weekday transit services. Additionally, Golden Gate Ferry has temporarily suspended all weekend ferry service.
Partnerships with Marin County, Curative, and the Golden Gate Bridge District facilitate more COVID-19 shots.
Bay Area transit agencies are uniting with the common goal of providing a safe ride for the public as the region responds to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Eligible riders can receive big discounts on Bay Area transit with Clipper START, a pilot program that offers up to 50% off fares on Bay Area transit, including Golden Gate Transit and Ferry. Residents age 19-64 who meet certain income requirements can apply for the program.
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The District offers career opportunities for positive and motivated team players who desire to be part of and contribute to our mission. The mission of the District is to provide safe and reliable operation, maintenance and enhancement of the Golden Gate Bridge and to provide transportation services, as resources allow, for customers within the U.S. Highway 101 Golden Gate Corridor.
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