The Golden Gate bridge, the longest in the world, has been in service for more than 150 years.
The bridge is a masterpiece of engineering and design, and is one of the few structures in the entire United States that has survived its entire length without a major construction project.
But a $2.4 billion bridge renovation is being pushed forward as a test of the nation’s commitment to the country’s infrastructure.
It’s the latest in a series of projects aimed at repairing and upgrading aging infrastructure, including the Port of Oakland and the Port Authority’s West Coast tunnels.
The $2 billion Golden Gate project is the largest in the country to date and the first major bridge project in the United States to receive federal funding.
The project will be the most expensive bridge project to date, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Construction is expected to begin this fall, and the new bridge will be completed by the end of 2024.
The cost of the project is estimated at $8.9 billion, with $3.1 billion coming from federal transportation funds.
The California State Assembly passed a bill on Monday to allow the state to collect taxes from the bridge.
The Golden Bridge will span 1,921 feet from the Marin Headlands to the San Francisco Bay.
The span will be constructed in phases over the course of five decades.
The first phase, to be completed in 2019, will cost $2,788 million.
The second phase, completed in 2021, will add an additional $1.5 billion to the cost.
The third phase, complete in 2022, will increase the cost to $3,988 million, with a $1 billion increase to be paid by the state.
Construction of the bridge is expected start in 2024 and be completed at the end.
The new bridge is slated to be the tallest in the nation by about 4.2 feet.
The 1,632-foot span spans 1,100 feet above sea level and carries 1.2 million people daily.
It connects Marin County to San Francisco and Oakland.
The U.K.’s National Trust for the Great Barrier Reef is funding the bridge project.
The foundation for the project has been established by the U-K.
and the U.-K.
Foundation for the Engineering of Great Barrier Archipelago.
The design of the Golden Gate spans, which are named after the city of Golden Gate, will be influenced by local views of the bay and the bay shoreline, said Bruce Cope, the foundation’s chief executive officer.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors approved a $4.8 billion bond package in January for the bridge construction, which is estimated to cost about $2 trillion.
Construction will be carried out in phases starting with a major overhaul of the existing span in 2019 and a $100 million upgrade in 2020.
The next phase, which will include new bridges, will start in 2021 and will cost about the same as the second phase.
Construction in 2022 is expected cost $3 billion and be finished in 2025.
The construction will be funded by the federal government, the state and local governments, and private companies.
The plan for the Golden Garden Bridge, also called the Golden Gateway Bridge, was approved in 2006.
The entire span, from San Francisco to Oakland, is expected be finished by 2028.
Construction on the bridge was originally scheduled to begin in the early 2000s.
The last major bridge upgrade in California occurred in 2005.
Construction was stopped when a state audit showed that state and federal funding had been mismanaged.
The state was also unable to pay for bridge repairs and improvements.
The audit also revealed that the state had a backlog of $2 million in bridge repairs that had not been completed by Oct. 31, 2009.
It also revealed a backlog in repairs to aging bridges in Marin County.
The audits also found that the Golden Gates bridges were underfunded and understaffed.