Bay Bridge Leaks Prompt Corrosion Concerns

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 (Andrew Stelzer/KQED)

A supposedly watertight chamber on the new eastern span of the Bay Bridge sprung hundreds of leaks during rainstorms this past weekend. While bridge officials say the water won't cause damage, at least one critic says there are signs of active corrosion.

Guests:

Richard Land, chief deputy director of Caltrans

Lisa Thomas, metallurgical engineer and materials scientist at the Berkeley Research Company

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