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Old 08-09-23, 07:37 PM
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Originally Posted by mayukawa
Hope they don't get rid of the bike lane. I think drivers presume the gridlocks are due to the lane being used by bikes/pedestrians, but I don't think the traffic bottleneck is on the bridge. I used to ride that on my 2.5 Bridges Century (from SF to Treasure Island and back). I was hoping to ride the 3 Bridges Half Century when the western span of the Bay Bridge becomes bike accessible. Prior to the pandemic, I also commute between from Point Richmond back to SF (when I don't feel like paying for the ferry or BART). Whenever I was on it, I see very few cyclists...even fewer pedestrians. I always felt like there's not enough demand to keep it open (as compared to GG Bridge or even the Bay Bridge Eastern Span).
You can do it now with a short ferry hop from Treasure Island.
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