Work on the new span of the Bay Bridge has passed its last major milestone following the successful transfer of the roadway’s weight to the tower of the new $6.3 billion span set to open Labor Day.
“We can smell the finish line,” Metropolitan Transportation Commission Executive Director Steve Heminger said Tuesday at a news conference. Read More
The final look of the rebuilt eastern segment of the Bay Bridge will begin to take shape this week, with construction crews laying cable down for what will form the basis of the world’s longest self-anchored suspension span. Read More
The first design options for a long-discussed bike path on the Bay Bridge’s western span will be released today, although bridge officials said there is no funding identified for the project, which will cost hundreds of millions of dollars. Read More
The draft environmental review of a high-profile redevelopment project that’s planned on land covering much of Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island is due to be discussed at City Hall this week.
More than 8,000 new homes, a marina, hotel, ferry terminal and new parks are planned to be built on the islands in the coming decades. Read More
Plans to build, modify and demolish buildings and other structures on Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island are scheduled to be discussed this week by The City’s historic preservation advisers.
The islands feature structures that were built by the military and in advance of the 1939 World’s Fair. Read More