Bay Bridge

May 15, 2014 2:32 PM

Bay Bridge rods helping hold main cable are misaligned, may need repair

The anchor rods that hold in place strands of the main cable of the $6.5 billion San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge have a new problem: They are skewed off-center inside holes of the steel plate to which they are secured.

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