With its fledgling service struggling mightily, South San Francisco ferry officials are exploring new ways to attract passengers.
The Peninsula-East Bay service that was launched with much fanfare in June has fallen far short of expectations. For the last week of February, the service averaged only 131 daily boardings — barely one-third of the projected ridership. Read More
Long-awaited ferry service between the East Bay and South San Francisco debuts Monday, and passengers will receive free travel for the first week to celebrate the opening and attract customers. Read More
Long delayed by funding shortfalls, the South San Francisco Ferry Terminal project could take an important leap forward today, with construction contracts for the structure’s gangway, pier and terminal likely to be awarded.
This step would put the project on pace for a fall 2011 opening. Read More