Should Rio Grande Gorge bridge be a high priority?

The Santa Fe New Mexican's somewhat unfortunate headline in the Local news section this morning was, "Gov. weighs in on Taos bridge," but the point is that he thinks engineers need to provide some solutions to prevent more suicide jumps from the 650-feet-high span. We visited the bridge a while back and it is definitely a place where people who tend to get dizzy should NOT go. In these budgetary shortfall days, should we allocate money to prevent an average of three people per year from jumping off? The bridge is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.