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ESCAPE from SAN FRANCISCO

ESCAPE from SAN FRANCISCO


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"Escape from FRISCO" rolls off the tongue easier, but the folks of San Francisco DEMAND the full name, so....

Want to know how I know that the people that control our lives do not REALLY give two shits about us?

What is the premise of every disaster scenario?

People FLOODING forth from cities, VOMITING onto the freeways and bridges all at once, with their MILLIONS of vehicles, JAM-PACKED, frozen in place, transfixed until the QUAKE hits, the METEOR strikes, the VOLCANO erupts...

There are just not enough ways out of ANY city anywhere, should disaster strike. We have known this for at least 50 years.

We have done NOTHING about it.

We replace old bridge with NEW bridge, and tear down a perfectly good older structure.

The older bridge would STILL be good enough, at least, for light traffic and EMERGENCY ESCAPE ROUTES....

Yet, we tear them down, KNOWING that it just might be needed during a disaster that is NOT earthquake related....

It is happening right now in the Bay Area, likely elsewhere. The San Francisco/Oakland Bay Bridge is being replaced, with the current one slated to be TORN DOWN, the scrap metal SOLD, in an area where ESCAPE is already an impossibility...

The current bridge should STILL be used, as most traffic will be on the new span, simply out of curiosity and convenience...

There are NINE major bridges in the Bay Area:

The Golden Gate Bridge, which is NOT part of the system which governs and runs the other eight Bay Area Bridges:

The Antioch Bridge
The Benicia/Martinez bridge
The Carquinez Bridge
The Dumbarton Bridge
The Richmond/San Rafael Bridge
The San Mateo/Hayward Bridge
The San Francisco/Oakland Bay Bridge

And: a Non-Toll "Drawbridge" in Rio Vista called by everyone, simply, the Rio Vista bridge, but whose true name is The Helen Madera Memorial Bridge.

Excluding the Golden Gate Bridge, which, again, is not part of the state-run system, over 50 MILLION cars have traveled the Toll Bridges of the Bay Area, so far this year...

THESE are the ONLY WAYS OUT of the Bay Area should disaster hit.

If you can, avoid the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges. You will simply be overwhelmed and engulfed. They are fearsome to travel on NORMAL weekdays and weekends.

Head down the PENINSULA, if you can, and try your luck with the San Mateo Hayward or the Dumbarton....

The LEAST traveled? ANTIOCH Bridge....

We should DEMAND even MORE bridges and escape routes be constructed.

I believe they will be needed in the future, not just in the Bay Area, but near EVERY major city in the WORLD...

I will explore how to get out of L.A. and New York, later....

Get out on the weekends and EXPLORE these bridges. You will only thank yourself should the inescapable hit...

The Golden Gate Bridge is owned, operated and maintained by the Golden Gate Bridge Highway and transportation District...

The Bay Area Toll Authority controls the rest of the Bay Area spans....

The first bridge erected that allowed CARS to pass? The DUMBARTON, 1927-1982,
which has since been replaced and converted into a pier....



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