Doyle Drive, or Route 101, serves as the south access to the Golden Gate Bridge. Winding 1.5 miles along the northern edge of San Francisco, the roadway is the primary highway and transit linkage through San Francisco between counties to the south (San Mateo and Santa Clara) and the north (Marin and Sonoma). The project area extends from the Golden Gate Bridge Toll Plaza on the west to Broderick Street on the east, and includes Richardson Avenue, Gorgas Avenue and Marina Boulevard.
Doyle Drive is located within the Presidio of San Francisco and provides access to historic and cultural landmarks, including the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, the Presidio, the Golden Gate Bridge and the Palace of Fine Arts.
Enlarged view of the project
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