15 U.S. Code § 1002 - Golden Gate Bridge tolls; Government traffic and personnel in performance of office business not subject to tolls

Tolls may be charged for the passage or transit over the Golden Gate Bridge of Government traffic, of military or naval personnel and their dependents, and of civilian employees of the Army and Navy traveling on Government business, but such tolls shall not be in excess of the tolls charged for the passage or transit of other like traffic over such bridge: Provided, however, That subject to the provisions of section 1003 of this title, military and naval personnel, and civilian employees of the Army and Navy, when such personnel or employees are engaged in the performance of official duties requiring the use of such bridge, together with the conveyances being used by them in the performance of such duties, shall have the use of such bridge free of toll.


(Mar. 14, 1944, ch. 92, § 1,58 Stat. 116.)
Effective Date

Act Mar. 14, 1944, ch. 92, § 4,58 Stat. 116, provided: “The provisions of this Act [sections 1002 to 1004 of this title] shall take effect thirty days after the date of its enactment.”

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