Harbor Bay Terminal
Terminal Address: 215 Adelphian Way, Alameda, CA 94502
Parking at Alameda Harbor Bay: Free parking is available adjacent to the terminal. There is no overnight parking. SmartBike parking in secure bicycle lockers is also available here using the BikeLink card system. Visit www.bikelink.org for more information.
Alameda Main Street Terminal
Terminal Address: 2990 Main Street, Alameda, CA 94501
Parking at Alameda Main Street: Free parking is available at 2990 Main St., adjacent to the ferry terminal. There is no overnight parking.
AT&T Park Terminal
Terminal Address: The Ferry Landing at AT&T Park is located near the Seals Plaza / Marina Gate of the ballpark. The address for AT&T Park is 24 Willie Mays Plaza, San Francisco, CA 94107.
Parking at AT&T Park: Paid parking is available but limited around AT&T Park; riders are encouraged to take public transportation.
Oakland Jack London Square Terminal
Terminal Address: The Oakland terminal is located at the west end of Jack London Square; Near 10 Clay St, Oakland CA, 94607
Parking in Oakland: Riders are eligible for up to 12 hours of free validated parking in the 7-story garage at 101 Washington St., Oakland. Be sure to bring your parking ticket to the Ferry Terminal for validation. Weekday garage hours are Monday through Thursday 5:45 AM to 1:00 AM and Friday 5:45 AM to 2:00 AM. There is no overnight parking.
Terminal Address: 1 Ferry Bldg San Francisco, CA 94105. The Alameda/Oakland and Harbor Bay Route ferries arrive and depart from the South Terminal (Gate E), located approximately one block from Pier ½ on the south end of the Ferry Building. The Vallejo Route ferry arrives and departs from Gate B located at the north end of the Ferry Building.
Vallejo Route 200 Bus: The Route 200 Bus picks up on the Embarcadero in San Francisco. There is a Route 200 bus stop sign located between the San Francisco Ferry Building and the restaurant located at Pier 1 just north of the Ferry Building (along the curb near the pay parking lot entrance).
Parking in San Francisco: Parking is limited around the ferry terminal. Riders are encouraged to use public transportation when boarding the ferry at the SF Ferry Building.
San Francisco Pier 41 Terminal
Terminal Address: Pier 41, San Francisco, CA 94133. Pier 41 is located immediately adjacent to the Pier 39 entertainment complex.
Parking at Pier 41: Parking is available at an hourly fee in the Pier 39 parking garage, located across the Embarcadero from Pier 41 and Pier 39.
South San Francisco Terminal
Terminal Address: 911 Marina Blvd., South San Francisco, CA 94080
Parking in South San Francisco: Free parking is available adjacent to the terminal. There is no overnight parking.
Public Transit Options: Please visit the South San Francisco transit tab for information including Commute.org shuttle services.
Vallejo Ferry Terminal Address: 289 Mare Island Way Vallejo, CA 94590. Within the Ferry Terminal you will find the Ferry Terminal Ticket Office, Panama Red's, and the Vallejo Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Ticket Office: Open Monday to Friday: 5:00am - 5:00pm; Saturday, Sunday & Holidays: 6:30 am - 5:00 pm. Call (707) 64-FERRY or toll free at (877) 64-FERRY.
Parking in Vallejo: Effective August 1, Daily and monthly paid parking is available directly across from the terminal and in the garage at 415 Santa Clara. Daily parking is $5.00 while monthly parking is $20.00. Parking fees may be paid by using the pay machines stationed at convenient locations around the surface parking lots and in the garage or the Parkmobile app. For parking questions contact Julie Bell Vaughn at 707-649-3414 or email email@example.com.
Public Transit Options: The Vallejo Ferry Terminal is just a block away from the Vallejo Transit Center, where connecting bus service to the Napa area via the VINE, and to Vallejo, Benicia and Fairfield via SolTrans, are easily accessible. Supplemental service between San Francisco and Vallejo is provided by the Route 200 bus. See schedule information for the Route 200 bus on our Vallejo schedule page.
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