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Published on Jul 16, 2013
Workers have been laying asphalt 12 hours a day, seven days a week for nearly 20 days to complete the roadway for the self-anchored suspension span (SAS) portion of the new Bay Bridge. The Yerba Buena Transition Structure, the Skyway and the Oakland touchdown don't require much asphalt work since they are mad of concrete. But the SAS section of the bridge is cold, hard steel, and this asphalt section will be the foundation for commuters for the next century and a half. Video Journalist Mark Jones found a flurry of activity while the paving was underway.