San Francisco to Marin UNREALIZED TRANSPORTATION PLANS Official Illustrated Report for Underwater Tubes, Golden Gate Bridge Bottom Deck and More Wild Ways To Get Cars to Marin. SAN FRANCISCO MARIN CROSSING May 1967
A scarce unrealized illustrated transportation report undertaken to identify alternate means of travel between Marin County and San Francisco. This May 1967 San Francisco Marin Crossing presents serious construction plans for increasing access to Marin county. Plans include: building a second bridge from San Francisco to Marin, building a bridge to Angel Island connecting to Tiburon, building an underwater tube linking San Francisco and Marin, and a number of lower deck options for the Golden Gate Bridge are also investigated. A graphic treasure trove of imagery, construction plans, projects, renderings, maps, and photographs illuminating what today looks like a science fictional landscape. Iconic Plans that might have been, will probably never be realized, but you never know .
SAN FRANCISCO MARIN CROSSING May 1967
Published by the State of California Transportation Agency, Department of Public Works, Division of Bay Toll Crossings, San Francisco, May 1967. First and only edition. Illustrated stiff card covers, plastic spiral comb binding, 17" x 11", viii, 110 pages, illustrated throughout with maps, renderings, and photographs. GOOD Condition: some of the plastic comb spirals are broken but still holding, relevant business card taped to front cover (Y. Tito Sasaki - Golden Gate Bridge District Transportation Planner), and light wear to the covers, internally, title page with relevant penciled note, light wear from age and use, otherwise tight, bright, clean and unmarked. Scarce, no copies in the OCLC.