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Scenic View Of Sea With Mountain Range In Background

Scenic View Of Sea With Mountain Range In Background

Rear View Of Men Urinating In Public Building

Rear View Of Men Urinating In Public Building

Full Length Of Cute Boy Holding Stone On Field

Full Length Of Cute Boy Holding Stone On Field

Boats and ferry in river

Boats and ferry in river

Flock Of Birds Flying Over Sea Against Sky

Flock Of Birds Flying Over Sea Against Sky

In 1970, the San Diego-Coronado Bridge won an award of merit for long span bridge from the American Institute of Steel Construction. The five-lane bridge featured the longest continuous box girder in the world until it was surpassed by the Shibanpo Yangtze River Bridge in Chongqing, China in 2008. The bridge is the third largest orthogonal box in the country – the box is the center part of the bridge, between piers 18 and 21 over the main shipping channel. Originally it was a toll bridge. The toll was $0.60 in each direction. Several years later, this was changed to a $1.00 toll collected for traffic going westbound to Coronado only. Although the bridge was supposed to become "toll-free" once the original bridge bond was paid (which occurred in 1986), the tolls continued for sixteen additional years. On June 27, 2002, it became the last toll bridge in Southern California to discontinue tolls, despite objections from some residents that traffic to the island would increase. The islands upon which the toll booths sat, as well as the canopy over the toll plaza area, are still intact, located at the western end of the bridge in the westbound lanes. Though tolls are no longer collected, beginning February 19, 2009 there was talk of resuming westbound toll collection to fund major traffic solutions and a tunnel. However nothing came of the discussions, and more recently there have been discussions of removing the unused toll plaza completely. These pictures are illustrative of the fact that the bridge can be seen from almost every vantage point near the Bay, yet it was designed to be unobtrusive and not mar the sky. Bridges, Highway, Freeway, Structure, Arches, Concrete, Access, Pedestrian, Vehicle, Cabrillo Bridge, Balboa Park, San Diego, California, Trees, Landscape, Tower, Railings, Scenic, Seismic, Day Nature Outdoors San Diego-Coronado Bridge, Big Blue Bridge, San Diego, California, Coronado Island, Ships, Kites, Restaurant, On Water, Boat, Ferry, Tour, Girders, Pilings, Sea Sky Water
Scenic View Of River Against Blue Sky

Scenic View Of River Against Blue Sky

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