An armed guard will patrol the Golden Gate Bridge toll plaza while officials decide on permanent security measures in the wake of the April 9 shooting of a toll collector.
"It serves as a confidence booster for the toll collectors, knowing someone is there," said bridge district spokeswoman Mary Currie. A female toll taker was shot in the neck and chest during a robbery by a man driving a stolen car, according to police. The driver, who fled on foot, was shot in a leg and arrested, police said.
The toll taker is recovering from her injuries.
Other than added guards, officials are considering bulletproof glass in toll booths.