How to get the Liberty Bridge ready for construction
A project to transform the San Francisco Bay Bridge into a new span has been officially put on hold due to safety concerns, but construction has started on a second one.
The bridge is due to be completed by 2025 and will span the San Joaquin River between Oakland and San Francisco.
But due to environmental concerns, the new span will be built without a bridge at the end of the span.
The first bridge was built in 1979, and the bridge is the oldest bridge in the US.
The new span is being built in San Francisco and is being managed by the California Department of Transportation.
Construction will begin in 2020 and finish in 2021, with construction beginning on the new bridge in 2021 and completion in 2024.
The department says the new crossing will be “the most significant environmental engineering project in the history of the bridge.”
The project will be financed through the California Economic Development Corp. and California Infrastructure Fund.
The bridge will be constructed on privately-owned land that will be managed by a local corporation.
The San Francisco City Council is expected to approve the project in early 2019, but the project will still be delayed for another three years, according to the San Jose Mercury News.
The project was originally scheduled to be complete by the end, but due to the environmental concerns and delays, it has been postponed until the end.