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Bridging the Golden Gate: Outsourcing to a New Public Entity

Infrastructure Development Systems IDS-00-T-016
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Part of the Infrastructure Systems: Delivery and Finance book series (ISDF, volume 102)

Abstract

Research Assistants Bradley Moriarty and Kai Wang prepared this case under the supervision of Professor John B. Miller as the basis for class discussion not to illustrate either effective or ineffective handling of infrastructure development related issues. Data presented in the case has been altered to simplify focus to preserve individual confidentiality. The assistance of the Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District is gratefully acknowledged. To learn more about the project the District’s publication “The Golden Gate Bridge: Report of the Chief Engineer” is an invaluable resource.

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Cash Flow Voter Approval Bond Issue Golden Gate Main Cable 
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Notes

  1. Cassady, S. Spanning the Gate. Mill Valley, California: Squarebooks, Inc., 1979.Google Scholar
  2. Golden Gate Bridge and Highway District. Annual Reports 1937/38–1979/80. San Francisco, CA: Golden Gate Bridge and Highway District, 1938–1980.Google Scholar
  3. Newspaper Scrap-Book. (Articles principally from the San Francisco Examiner and the Santa Rosa Independent). Property of The Golden Gate Bridge and Highway District, San Francisco, CA, ca. 1928–1937.Google Scholar
  4. Strauss, J. and C. Paine. The Golden Gate Bridge; Report of the Chief Engineer to the Board of Directors of the Golden Gate Bridge and Highway District, California. San Francisco, CA: Golden Gate Bridge and Highway District, 1938.Google Scholar

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