Commuting Between South San Francisco
& the East Bay?
Discover a convenient, stress-free alternative to Bay Bridge traffic. The San Francisco Bay Ferry provides comfortable, convenient weekday commute service between Alameda, Oakland’s Jack London Square and South San Francisco’s Oyster Point.
- Free Parking at SSF, Alameda & Oakland terminals.
- Onboard Food & Full Beverage Bar
- Onboard Bike Storage
- Free Shuttle in Oyster Point Business Park
- Free WiFi Onboard
For Schedules, Fares, Terminals & Info
Try it for FREE!
Request Two FREE Roundtrip Tickets –
a $28 Value!
Offer Limited to First 100 Employee Requests!
Click here for program information and online request form
Give Your Employees Commuting from the East Bay a FREE CRUISE!
Tell them about the San Francisco Bay Ferry’s weekday commute service between Alameda, Oakland’s Jack London Square and South San Francisco’s Oyster Point. It’s a convenient, stress-free alternative to Bay Bridge traffic.
To help you spread the word, use the links below to download, then print, post, distribute and email Try Transit promotional information to your employees.
Tell your employees about the Try Transit Free promotion today – the free ticket offer is limited to the first 100 employee requests.
Try Transit Promotion Downloads
- 11 x 17 Poster
- 8.5 x 11 Flyer
- Envelope-Sized Paycheck Stuffer
- Email Message – Text Version
- Email Message – Graphic Version
If you have questions or need help promoting Try Transit you can also call us at (415) 291-3377 or email email@example.com.
This Free Ride offer is subject to specific rules and conditions as directed by the Commute.org Try Transit Program.
These can be found here on their web site.
In summary: The offer is limited to individuals who
- Commute from the East Bay to SSF to a SSF work site.
- Do not currently take the ferry
- Have not already participated in the Try Transit Free program
- Are currently employed by a SSF business
- Live in the East Bay
Free Ride tickets are valid only on the SSF/East Bay service (not midday service between SSF and SF)
In conjunction with Commute.org and the Peninsula Traffic Congestion Relief Alliance.