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What Should Be the Speed Limit for Bicycles on Golden Gate Bridge?

TweetI don’t know. Some consultant came up with 10 MPH a few years back, but that idea wasn’t good for business, or something like that. But here’s a sign that tells you how fast you’re going anyway: Sometimes, I just don’t know…

Shipwreck that killed 128 people discovered near Golden Gate Bridge

Buried in mud only a half mile from San Francisco is a shipwreck that could still hold over 100 bodies. Called the "Bay Area's Titanic," the steamship The City of Rio De Janeiro sank within 10 minutes of hitting rocks outside the Golden Gate nearly 114 years ago. Show More Summary

A guide to San Francisco's design and architecture

There's more to San Francisco than the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz and Blue Bottle Coffee. With enough industry and culture to fill a lifetime, it’s no wonder millions of Americans have decided to make San Fran their home. Many companies — Yelp, Uber and Twitter included — have also claimed their spot along the bay. Show More Summary

High Line Designer To Create A New 13-Acre Park In San Francisco

James Corner Field Operations was chosen to design a 13-acre park in the Golden Gate Bridge National Recreation Area. James Corner Field Operations, the landscape architecture firm of New York High Line fame, has been chosen to design a new 13-acre park in San Francisco. Show More Summary

Iconic Sign Design: “BAY AREA BIRD HOSPITAL” on Taraval – Surely a Future Museum Piece

TweetA bit of color in the cold, foggy Parkside District: (They have another sign that shows a giant parrot / parakeet atop the Golden Gate Bridge, but it’s less iconic ‘n stuff.) I don’t know how old these signs are, but they probably precede the era of escaped pet parrots going feral and flying about […]

Alleged Drunk Driver Misjudges Alternate Route Across Golden Gate Bridge

A 22-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving this week after he took an ambitious shortcut across the Golden Gate Bridge. Read more...

Win A New Year’s Vacation To San Francisco

2 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

If you’ve ever dreamt of biking across the Golden Gate Bridge, dancing the night away in the Castro, and watching New Year’s Eve fireworks over the Bay Bridge, you’re probably hankering for a visit to San Francisco. Well it’s just your day, because GayCities is giving away a trip for two to the City by the Bay! All […]

Alleged Drunk Driver Wedges Mustang Into Golden Gate Bridge Sidewalk

A San Francisco man was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving Tuesday morning after his Ford Mustang became lodged in a walkway of the Golden Gate Br... Read more: Weird for Aol, Weird Photos & Videos, Video, Dumb Crime, Daniel Soto, Daniel Soto Mustang, Mustang Golden Gate Bridge, Too Much to Drink, Bad Drivers, Weird San Francisco, Golden Gate Bridge, Weird News News

Driver wedges car into Golden Gate Bridge walkway

A man has been arrested on suspicion of drunken driving after he drove his car into the pedestrian walkway on the Golden Gate Bridge.

Car rams through fence, becomes wedged on Golden Gate Bridge

A suspected drunk driver rammed through a security gate and became stuck on a sidewalk on the Golden Gate Bridge on Tuesday, authorities said.

Where to Eat and Drink in Sonoma County Now

You land in San Francisco, rent a car, and roll the windows down. You drive across the Golden Gate Bridge, and as traffic thins, Sonoma comes into sight. This California county isn’t only the relaxed, cool cousin of Napa—it is also home to fresh, soulful cuisine. Show More Summary

AM Linkage: Scrapping Golden Gate Pedestrian Tolls; Little Free Library Fire

Photo via Jason Rodman · Legislators Want to Outlaw Pedestrian Tolls On the Golden Gate Bridge · Noe Street Little Free Library Set Aflame · Decades-Old Mural Could Derail Berkeley Apartment Project · Muni's Sluggish 30-Stockton Finally Set To Get...

CA: Golden Gate Bridge, Ferries, Buses Show More Use as Economy Booms

If Golden Gate Bridge traffic seems heavier and buses and ferries a little more full, it's likely the recovering economy at work.

The Icon: Golden Gate Bridge

Engineering wonder or colossal work of art? For many who drive or bike across, or simply admire it from afar, the Golden Gate Bridge is both. Here are some fast facts about this art deco icon.

Aokigahara Suicide Forest in Koshu, Japan

Called "the perfect place to die," the Aokigahara forest has the unfortunate distinction of the world's second most popular place to take one's life. (The first is the Golden Gate Bridge.) Since the 1950s, Japanese businessmen have wandered in, and at least 500 of them haven't wandered out, at an increasing rate of between 10 and 30 per year. Show More Summary

San Francisco: Golden Gate Bridge Tolls Would Hurt SF Tourism

2 months agoLifestyle / Travel : Jaunted

If you?ve been to San Francisco there?s little doubt that the Golden Gate Bridge was on your travel to-do list, and rightfully so?it?s pretty darn snazzy. Taking things to the next level involves actually getting out of the car and walking or biking across the bridge, but it sounds like there are plans to monetize that experience. Show More Summary

4 ways to experience and enjoy the Golden Gate Bridge

The Golden Gate Bridge is so well known it is easy to take for granted. It has been photographed more times than Angelina Jolie or the Queen. The only U.S. bridge that can compare to it in iconic grandeur is a continent away in Brooklyn. Show More Summary

Caterina Fake: Finding Her Way in the Golden City

From the Bay Bridge to the Golden Gate, cable cars and wine buses, bookshops and bars, and, of course, the legendary neighborhoods, San Francisco has certainly earned its nickname “Everyone’s Favorite City.” And yet, depending on who...Show More Summary

Incredible photo of an F-18 zooming through the Golden Gate bridge

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Rich Shelton loves airplanes and San Francisco, which shows in all his beautiful photos. He was able to take this incredible image of a Blue Angels' F/A-18 zooming through the Golden Gate bridge at Fleet Week in San Francisco. Here are some more images taken by him from previous editions. Read more...

California (Central): FORT POINT

A novelty wave that’s famous worldwide as “the wave that breaks under the Golden Gate Bridge.” Fort Point is the left hand point break that wraps into San Francisco Bay on the southern side of the bridge. Big W & NW swells and low tides are the preferred combination at Fort Point, which tends to […]

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