Revised Schedules in Effect Monday, Oct. 29

Revised San Francisco Bay Ferry schedules will go into effect on Monday, October 29, 2018.

Key service changes include:

• Seasonal weekend service changes for Alameda-Oakland-San Francisco and Vallejo-San Francisco.
• Minor seasonal weekday service changes for Vallejo-San Francisco.
• Addition of a weekday San Francisco departure to Alameda/Oakland at 4 p.m.
• Discontinuation of the weekday 4:15 p.m. Pier 41 departure to Alameda/Oakland.

The revised schedule will be in effect through January 6, 2019. Download previews below.

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Announcement: Vallejo Service Adjustment to Add Capacity

Hydrus in San Francisco Bay.

 

NOTE: The MV Hydrus is undergoing maintenance through early November, so the 4:30 p.m. weekday departure to Vallejo will be served by the Mare Island or Solano until then.


Hello Vallejo ferry passengers!

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WETA Awards $13 Million Contract for New High-Speed Ferry

MV Hydrus ferry in the San Francisco Bay


The San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA) Board of Directors on Thursday awarded a $13 million contract to Mavrik Marine Inc. to build a new high-speed ferry to enhance the San Francisco Bay Ferry service.

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Announcement: Pier 41 Service Change Effective Oct. 29

San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge from Ferry


To maximize the efficiency of San Francisco Bay Ferry service, we are discontinuing the 4:15 p.m. Pier 41 to Alameda/Oakland weekday service effective October 29.
 

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Richmond Ferry Service: What You Need To Know

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Voters Approve Regional Measure 3

Preparing for the Regional Ferry System of the Future

On June 5, voters in the nine Bay Area counties approved Regional Measure 3 (RM3), a measure that raises tolls on the seven state-owned bridges to finance $4.45 billion in highway and transit improvements. Tolls will increase by $1 in 2019, $1 in 2022, and $1 in 2025. RM3 funds a package of 35 projects and programs to relieve traffic and enhance public transit in bridge corridors.

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Downtown SF Terminal Expansion Project

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