How much does it cost to cross the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge?
Bridge Facts At-A-Glance
|LOCATION:||Interstate 580 between Contra Costa and Marin counties|
|COLLECTION:||One way, westbound in Richmond|
Can you walk across the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge?
The bicycle and pedestrian path across the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge (opened in 2019) gives travelers breathtaking views of San Francisco Bay on this new, green route between Marin and Contra Costa counties.
How do I pay the toll on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge?
You can pay the toll for the Richmond-San Rafael bridge with cash or electronically through Fastrak. The Golden Gate Bridge only accepts electronic tolls. You can pay your invoices on the Fastrak website, link to your bank account or call them at (877) 229-8655.
What is the 580 bridge?
Richmond-San Rafael Bridge
The Richmond-San Rafael Bridge crosses the San Francisco Bay along Interstate 580 (I-580) and links the cities of Richmond and San Rafael. Drivers pay tolls in the westbound direction, on the eastern side of the bridge.
Is Sunday Toll Free?
No. On The Toll Roads, all vehicles are charged a toll 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Please note, some tolling agencies in California offer discounted rates or free rides to carpooling and/or high occupancy vehicles.
How many cars cross the Richmond San Rafael Bridge daily?
|Richmond–San Rafael Bridge|
|Daily traffic||66,800 (2011) 67,800 (2012) 72,300 (2013) 75,600 (2014) 79,200 (2015)|
|Toll||Cars (westbound only) January 1, 2019 – December 31, 2021: $6.00, $3.00 (carpool rush hours)|
How long is the Richmond San Rafael Bridge?
Richmond-San Rafael Bridge/Total length
How many miles is the Golden Gate Bridge?
Golden Gate Bridge/Total length
How big is the Golden Gate Bridge? When constructed in 1937, it set the world record for the longest bridge span, the distance between supports (4,200 ft, 1,280 m) and also the tallest towers. Total length of Bridge including approaches from abutment to abutment: 1.7 miles = 8,981 ft = 2,737 m.
How many miles long is the Richmond San Rafael Bridge?
How deep is the water under the Richmond San Rafael Bridge?
|Richmond–San Rafael Bridge|
|Piers in water||70|
|Clearance below||185 feet (56 m) (main channel) 135 feet (41 m) (secondary channel)|
How long is Richmond San Rafael Bridge?
Is CA 120 a toll road?
The toll through CA-120 is the entrance fee to the Yosemite National Park (USD $30 if April – October, $25 other times). You will need to pay it if you visit Yosemite National Park anyway.
What is the name of the bridge between Richmond and San Rafael?
The Richmond–San Rafael Bridge (also officially named the John F. McCarthy Memorial Bridge) is the northernmost of the east–west crossings of the San Francisco Bay in California, USA. Officially named after California State Senator John F. McCarthy, it bridges Interstate 580 from Richmond on the east to San Rafael on the west.
What is the name of the bridge between San Francisco Bay?
The Richmond–San Rafael Bridge (also officially named the John F. McCarthy Memorial Bridge) is the northernmost of the east–west crossings of the San Francisco Bay in California, USA.
How much is the toll on the San Rafael Bridge?
Tolls are only collected from westbound traffic headed to San Rafael at the toll plaza on the east side of the bridge. Since July 2019, the toll rate for passenger cars is $6. During peak traffic hours, carpool vehicles carrying three or more people or motorcycles pay a discounted toll of $3.00.
How has access to the Richmond Bridge improved?
Access to the bridge was significantly improved with the completion in 2001 of the Richmond Parkway. This 7.5-mile, four- to six-lane roadway provides bridge users with a direct connection to Interstate 80 near Pinole. Bay Area Transit Authority (BATA)-funded trestle and fender rehabilitation and deck replacement was completed in 2006.