(Cindy Chew/2010 S.F. Examiner)

(Cindy Chew/2010 S.F. Examiner)

Pedestrian side of Golden Gate Bridge to undergo weekend repairs, partial closures

Scheduled roadway light replacements may interrupt weekend pedestrian activity on the eastern side of Golden Gate Bridge, starting this weekend and running through mid-December. Portions of the eastern sidewalk will be closed while repairs take place, meaning that visitors may not be able to walk from one end to the other. The light replacements will take place Sunday November 20th, Saturday December 10th and Sunday December 11th from 5 a.m. to 10 a.m. each day.

People on foot will still be barred from walking across the bridge on the western span, which will be kept for cyclists only.bridgeGolden Gate BridgeSan Francisco pedestrianstourismTransit

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