Doyle Drive

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San Francisco Congestion Pricing - Background - Doyle Drive Congestion Pricing
... a congestion pricing project was the proposal to implement such scheme at the Doyle Drive, a major approach to the Golden Gate Bridge ... Later the city later withdrew its proposal to implement congestion pricing at the Doyle Drive as part of the Urban Partnerships Congestion Initiative, and instead it will be ...
California State Route 480
... (also known as the Embarcadero Skyway), the partly elevated Doyle Drive approach to the Golden Gate Bridge and the proposed and unbuilt section in between ... The unbuilt section from Doyle Drive to Van Ness Ave ... to the San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, was demolished after the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake, and Doyle Drive is now part of U.S ...
Presidio Of San Francisco - Chronology
2009–2015 — Doyle Drive Replacement Project - Demolition of the Doyle Drive viaduct, to be replaced by an 8-lane boulevard, including 2 pairs of tunnels between Crissy Field and the Main Post and ... The original Doyle Drive was demolished April 27–30, 2012 ...
Golden Gate Bridge - Current Issues - Doyle Drive Replacement Project
... the San Francisco Presidio, known as Doyle Drive, dated back to 1933 and was named after Frank P ... Doyle, President and son of the founder of the Exchange Bank in Santa Rosa, and the man, who more than any other person, made it possible to build the Golden Gate Bridge ... known as the Presidio Parkway, began in December 2009 The old elevated Doyle Drive was demolished on the weekend of April 27–30, 2012 ...
California State Route 480 - History
... This included the 1936 Doyle Drive, an early freeway built to access the Golden Gate Bridge ... exit of Doyle Drive along Lombard St ... exit of Doyle Drive, through the Marina Green and then along the north side of Fort Mason, then along the north side of Bay Street to the Embarcadero and south along the Embarcadero to connect ...

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