Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation

Toll Rates & Traffic Operations

The Golden Gate Bridge serves as a vital transportation link between the City and County of San Francisco and Marin County to the north. The Bridge is a fixed six-lane roadway, is 1.7 miles long (main span is 4,200 feet long), and carries about 112,000 vehicles per day. Tolls are assessed electronically in the southbound direction only – heading into San Francisco from Marin County.

Toll Rates (Toll rates increased on Monday, April 7, 2014.)

Toll Payment Options
Vehicle Restrictions for Roadway and Sidewalk

Carpool Policies

Roadway Lane Changes
FasTrak Timeline

Did you know that U.S. Highway 101 and State Route 1 both END at the north abutment of the Bridge and 1,000 feet south of the Bridge toll plaza, making the bridge itself NOT officially part of Highway 101 or State Route 1? The Bridge is therefore not considered part of the State Highway System, but considered part of the National Highway System.