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The Golden Gate Bridge And Its Dramatic Impact On The North Bay. Spanish explorers called it La Boca, or “the mouth.” ... economic stimulus programs put in place state and federal funding that would lead to the Bay Bridge. But, while there was enormous enthusiasm on the local and state levels to connect Oakland and San Francisco, there was ...

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Built in 1937 and still the ninth longest suspension bridge in the world, the Golden Gate Bridge across San Francisco Bay remains in fine shape despite its age - Andrew Bardin Williams writes. The Golden Gate Bridge turned 75 years old on May 27 and continues to play a key role in the transportation, engineering, construction and ITS communities.

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The Golden Gate Bridge is a suspension bridge spanning the Golden Gate, the one-mile-wide (1.6 km) strait connecting San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean.The structure links the American city of San Francisco, California – the northern tip of the San Francisco Peninsula – to Marin County, carrying both U.S. Route 101 and California State Route 1 across the strait.

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Despite all of these issues, the Golden Gate Bridge, with its art deco design, was completed in four years and on May 27, 1937, some 200,000 people showed up to celebrate its opening.

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Complete collection of Golden Gate Bridge Facts For Kids that will help you learn all about the Golden Gate Bridge. Learn about its name, importance, location, history, bridge dimensions, structure, construction, cost, architects, people who died, engineering facts and much more with pictures and videos. Best source of information for kids.

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The Color, Romance, and Impact of the Golden Gate at 75. ... King: The Golden Gate Bridge definitely had an impact on suburbanizing East Marin and the environmental protection of West Marin, but ...

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The Golden Gate Bridge is an iconic structure connecting the city of San Francisco to Marin County, California. It spans almost two miles across the Golden Gate, the narrow strait where San ...

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View Building_the_Golden_State_THE_ECONOMIC_I.pdf from BUS 604 at University of Maryland, Baltimore. BUILDING THE GOLDEN STATE THE ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF CALIFORNIAS ...

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Fog, Steel, Salt, Rust, and Paint. Only rarely must the Golden Gate Bridge withstand earthquakes or strong wind, but everyday it must fight another threat: corrosion of the steel which creates a byproduct called rust. Steel is an alloy comprised principally of iron along with small amounts of other elements such as carbon or nickel. When steel ...

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Located where the North American and Pacific tectonic plates meet, Golden Gate National Recreation Area is truly a park on the edge. The park is situated along the San Andreas fault, where the two tectonic plates slide past each other to produce earthquakes and actively moving landforms. It also ...