August 6, 2013

 Customers Reminded to See Something? Say Something!

A new look for the See Something? Say Something! public awareness program is launching this week across all three transportation divisions of the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District (District)—Golden Gate Bridge, Golden Gate Transit, and Golden Gate Ferry—as an ongoing enhancement to existing safety and security measures.

See Something? Say Something! is a simple reminder to customers to report suspicious or atypical persons or things encountered while traveling on a bus, ferry, or across the Bridge. See Something? Say Something! encourages customers to join with District employees as the “eyes and ears” of their transportation environment to aid in maintaining a safe environment for everyone.

The program features brightly colored posters (see below) with the slogan See Something? Say Something! and provides contact information for reporting something atypical. The posters are being distributed throughout the District’s transportation facilities, including aboard buses and ferries, at bus and ferry transit terminals, and various locations at the Bridge this week.

Bridge Security Poster
Bus Security Poster
Ferry Security Poster

Read the August 12, 2013, Marin IJ article about the newly designed public awareness campaign HERE.