Three days after the new eastern section of the Bridge was open I decided to take a drive across the bridge. I drove east from my home in Daly City to Oakland. Then I turned around and drove west back towards San Francisco. I decided to get off at Yerba Buena Island thinking I would drive up to the top of the Island to try to take a photo of the Bridge from up on high. Instead, the road was open down towards the base of the bridge. I kept driving, and driving, and driving, expecting at some time to come to a dead end or some security people telling me turn around. But there was no one there! I drove as far as I could down at the bottom of the bridge and found a place to park. I got out of the car and started to walk through the construction site as far to the east as I could. I was AMAZED there was no one there! I walked as far as I could under the bridge and snapped this photo.
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