Has the Golden Gate Bridge ever charged a toll for pedestrians?

Yes, the Golden Gate Bridge charged a toll for pedestrians from May 1937 to December 1970. The toll was collected using a coin turnstile along the sidewalk near the bridge. The pedestrian toll was eliminated by a Board of Director Resolution No. 7159, on December 15, 1970.

 

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