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Learn how the District is protecting visitors, riders, and staff & get up-to-date information on impacts to our Bridge, Bus & Ferry services on our COVID-19 Developments & Response page.
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.
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.
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.
Golden Gate Transit will make regional bus schedule changes, effective Sunday, September 13, 2020, to further rightsize our services to match current low ridership levels. These changes impact Routes 4, 18, 24, 25, 27, 30, 38, 54, 56X, and 72.
A public hearing has been set for Thursday, September 24, 2020, to receive public comment on a proposal to expand the Clipper START “means-based fare” discount program to include Marin local rides on Golden Gate Transit bus service.
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.
Eligible riders can now receive big discounts on Bay Area transit with Clipper START, a new program that offers up to 50% off transit fares on Golden Gate Transit and Ferry, SF Muni, BART, and Caltrain. Bay Area residents age 19-64 who meet certain income requirements can apply for the program.
Parking lots at the northeast and southeast ends of the Golden Gate Bridge will be closed to vehicles from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on weekends and holidays as a precautionary measure to maintain social distancing and to avoid crowding during the COVID-19 pandemic.
August 15, 1970 – August 15, 2020
In August, Golden Gate Ferry (GGF) will celebrate its golden anniversary, marking 50 years of providing first-class ferry service between Marin County and San Francisco. During this time, we’ve provided a reliable and scenic mode of transportation for commuters and tourists, and we’ve been the eyes and ears on the Bay, providing a critical emergency response to those in distress. Read more...
Through 2021, the Golden Gate Bridge will have overnight lane closures each weeknight to allow for construction of the Suicide Deterrent System. The Bridge roadway will REMAIN OPEN to all vehicle traffic at all times.
Golden Gate Transit and Golden Gate Ferry are limiting the number of passengers on its buses and ferries to ensure compliance with social distancing public health orders and are requiring the use of face masks or face coverings while boarding and riding.
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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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