Caltrans engineer Bill Casey shows anchor rods that secure the main cable of the new Bay Bridge suspension span in 2014. An investigation by The Bee found corrosion on some rods.
Caltrans engineer Bill Casey shows anchor rods that secure the main cable of the new Bay Bridge suspension span in 2014. An investigation by The Bee found corrosion on some rods. Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
Caltrans engineer Bill Casey shows anchor rods that secure the main cable of the new Bay Bridge suspension span in 2014. An investigation by The Bee found corrosion on some rods. Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sacbee.com

Caltrans officials acknowledge more cracked rods in Bay Bridge

June 24, 2015 05:16 PM

UPDATED June 25, 2015 08:46 AM

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