The Golden Gate Bridges are being rebuilt, and there’s a new hope in town: the Golden Bay Bridge.
The San Francisco Chronicle reported Thursday that a new design is in the works that will make the bridge more pedestrian friendly.
But the bridge is far from done.
The Chronicle says the new design will be released in the fall and the first public testing of it will take place on November 30th.
The Golden Bay was a major tourist attraction until the 1950s, when it was torn down by the Army Corps of Engineers and rebuilt for cars and trucks.
It was built in 1968.
The Golden Bay has remained a popular destination for visiting San Franciscans and has been a popular tourist attraction since the 1960s.
It is currently owned by the San Francisco Bay Area Regional Plan Association, and is operated by the Federal Aviation Administration.