Golden Gate Bridge
There is a two-way twelve-foot path for bicyclists and pedestrians on the west side of the bridge. The distance is two miles.
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There is a two-way, eight-foot wide separated path for bicyclists and pedestrians on the south side of the bridge; the distance is 3.4 miles.
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East Span Bay Bridge, Oakland
From Shellmound Street in Emeryville, the nearly 4-mile-long Bay Bridge Trail to Yerba Buena and Treasure Islands provides uniquely spectacular views of the bay and highlights the architecture of the self-anchored suspension span along the way. No bicycle or pedestrian facilities currently exist connecting to the rest of the islands, but work is underway.
Richmond-San Rafael Bridge
Bicycle/pedestrian access on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge is part of a pilot program that began on November 16, 2019. During this time period, bicycle and pedestrian counts will be a factor in whether the path becomes permanent. It will be important to demonstrate effective use of the trail, particularly during commute hours.
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