Watching a documentary on the Golden Gate Bridge, and it says there has been a long ongoing battle over whether or not to put a suicide barrier on the bridge.
Why the battle, does anyone know?
There's a bridge in my city that used to have people jumping off it to commit suicide. Zero survival rate as it drops down to concrete or road. I once saw a guy lying dead on the road below, before the ambulance arrived...sad sight.
They eventually put a suicide barrier up there. No one objected, that we heard about anyway...
So..yeah, why the big problem with putting a barrier on the Golden Gate Bridge, at least one that is higher than the current easy to climb over 4 foot tall rail?