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HOW MUCH DID IT COST TO CROSS THE GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE WHEN IT OPENED?
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[STC002154] Have you got a lot of spare change? When the world-famous Golden Gate Bridge opened for traffic in San Francisco on May 27, 1937, the toll to traverse its now-iconic length of 1.7 miles required only two quarters. Although it may not seem like much, that would be the equivalent of approximately $18 round-trip in today’s money. During the Great Depression, it would have been nearly difficult for the average San Franciscan to come up with that kind of money. The only time you are required to pay the toll is when you are traveling southbound into the city, and the current one-way rate for a typical two-axle automobile is $8.20 (although this varies according on the form of payment used). It is estimated that over 112,000 cars travel across the Golden Gate Bridge on a daily basis. In comparison, it is plausible to assume that early usage of the bridge was quite limited.