WETA Opens New Ferry Maintenance and Operations Hub in Alameda

The San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA) Board of Directors officially opened the new Ron Cowan Central Bay Maintenance and Operations Facility in Alameda on Thursday, December 13, 2018.

The $50 million facility serves as an operations and maintenance hub for WETA’s San Francisco Bay Ferry fleet serving Alameda, Oakland, Harbor Bay, San Francisco and South San Francisco. The project represents the first new major construction at the former Naval Air Station Alameda and is a part of the Alameda Point development.

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You Can Now Buy Ferry Tickets on Your Phone

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SolTrans Offers Late Evening Bus From Ferry Building to Vallejo

SolTrans Route 82 ad

 

Vallejo ferry riders who miss the last boat or wish to remain in San Francisco late on weekdays have a great option to get back home that's now even more convenient.

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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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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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