The Golden Gate Bridge is making funny noises.
Engineers know why. But can’t figure out how to fix it. Last year, bridge crews retrofitted the sidewalk railing. They replaced the wider slats in the railing with slats that are narrower….12 thousand of them.
It seems that the wind is playing those slats like a harp, and the sound from the 83-year-old bridge can be heard as far away as Daly City.
The engineers are using sections of the railing in a wind tunnel to find a solution. Here's what it sounds like:
Jack & Carolyn talked about this on the Morning Breeze. Listen here: