(via Popular Mechanics) When the Golden Gate Bridge went up in 1937, it was the longest suspended bridge span in the world – cables hold up the roadway between two towers, with no intermediate supports. It cost about US$37 million at the time; the same structure today would cost about a billion dollars. Would we do things differently if we were starting from scratch today?
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