Bill Tobey, Sacramento

“Falling chunks of concrete from the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge struck a car and forced a complete closure of the busy span on Thursday, causing traffic jams and diversions across the region. … It was the latest jolt for an aging span that periodically suffers gashes and holes.”—The San Francisco Chronicle.

I’m so tired of the excusing of CalTrans for extremely poor design & construction. Where is the monitoring, prevention, and repair work so things like this do not happen?

They are by far the most mismanaged part of California government.

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