South San Francisco/East Bay Service Slated for Launch
San Francisco Bay Ferry's much-anticipated service between South San Francisco and the East Bay will be launching on June 4. Sign up below for updates about the new service and the June 4 launch event.
The new service will operate weekdays (Monday through Friday) during peak commute periods between Alameda, Oakland's Jack London Square, and the new South San Francisco Oyster Point ferry terminal.
Ride the New South San Francisco Service For FREE from Monday June 4 through Friday June 8! During the inaugural week of service you ride free - one day or every day - from Monday, June 4 through Friday, June 8. Click here to reserve your seat in advance or just come aboard.
Update: Visit the new Schedule page.
Here's the latest news
Service Start Date: June 4, 2012
Transit time: Approximately 40 minutes.
• Jack London Square, Oakland
• Alameda Main Street
• South San Francisco/Oyster Point
A one-way Adult fare will be $7.00. One-way fares for Youth (5-12), Senior (65+)/Disabled/Medicare will be $3.50.
Children under 5 ride free.
Clipper cards and cash will be accepted.
Oyster Point Shuttle Services
Both Peninsula Congestion Relief Alliance and Genentech shuttles will meet ferry arrivals and deliver riders to major employer locations. Visit the Schedule page for shuttle maps.
Free parking is available to ferry riders at or near all three terminals
• Oakland Jack London Square: the parking garage is located at 201 Washington Street.
• Alameda Main Street: parking is adjacent to the terminal.
• Oyster Point: parking is adjacent to the terminal.
Bicycles are welcome onboard and bike lockers will be available at the South San Francisco Terminal.
See the new WETA vessels on the Our Ferries page. Download a PDF outlining ferry features and amenities.
Download a PDF with general information about the South San Francisco service.
Please contact Ernest Sanchez, Transportation Services Manager, at (415) 364-3190 or email@example.com with questions or comments about the service.