Toll Drive

Plans are in the works to fix the “antiquated and unsafe viaduct” known as Doyle Drive. Doyle Drive is the scary, narrow strip of road that leads from the Marina through the Presidio to Golden Gate Bridge. It serves as a handy drag racing roadway for top-heavy extrawide trucks barreling hellbent for Marin. As part of the plan, control of the drive would be turned over from Caltrans to San Francisco. San Francisco would like to make it a toll road with a sliding fee based on congestion, “using sophisticated overhead sensors.”

Clearly this area has a serious traffic problem. What a great location for building a huge museum.