The Golden Gate Bridge experienced its highest amount of vehicular traffic on October 17, 1989, following the Loma Prieta Earthquake. The Golden Gate Bridge survived the earthquake undamaged. On October 27, 1989, an all-time record of 162,414 vehicles crossed the Bridge north and southbound, as commuters were diverted from the East Bay to Highway 101


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