June 2010

GGT Bus & Ferry Service for the July 4th Holiday Weekend

June 30, 2010

Golden Gate Bus and Ferry will operate the following schedules over the upcoming July 4th holiday weekend: Golden Gate Larkspur & Sausalito Ferry  Weekend/Holiday Schedules on Saturday July 3rd THRU Monday, July 5thGolden Gate Transit Bus Saturday Schedules on Saturday, July 3rd Sunday/Holiday Schedules on Sunday, July 4th AND Monday, July 5th (there will be no commute […]

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BayLink Service Interruption – June 28, 4:05PM and 5:15PM

June 28, 2010

The following is from City of Vallejo – Baylink Ferry Service. Due to a severe coolant leak on the M/V Mare Island and the major service being performed on the M/V Intintoli, it will be necessary to have one Vallejo Transit Bus complete the 4:05p Vallejo departure and one Vallejo Transit Bus along with two […]

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Larkspur Ferry announcement for Wed – June 30

June 28, 2010

The following is from Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District. On Wednesday, June 30, the San Francisco Giants are playing a day game at AT&T Park. While the Giants Ferry provides direct service to/from the ballgame, some Giants fans may choose to ride regular Golden Gate Larkspur Ferry service to the Ferry Building and […]

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Independence Day Party – July 2

June 28, 2010

Title: Independence Day Party Location: Back deck of the 5:20 PM SF to Larkspur Boat Description: When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to […]

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Golden Gate Transit Bus & Ferry fares increase 5% – July 1

June 24, 2010

Provided by by Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District. Reminder: GGT and GGF fares will increase by 5% on July 1, 2010. Discount programs for regular riders, seniors, youth, and persons with disabilities remain in effect based on the new cash fares. Fares for travel within Marin County do not increase and remain as currently set. […]

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East Bay Ferry Service for Paul McCartney Concert – July 10

June 15, 2010

This is a special service announcement from the Alameda Harbor Bay Ferry Service. The Alameda/Oakland Ferry will provide direct service between Alameda Main Street, Oakland’s Jack London Square, and AT&T Park for the Saturday, July 10 concert. Advanced ticket purchase is required for this event. Tickets may be purchased online or at the Blue and […]

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Summer Solstice Celebration on the 5:20 – June 18

June 14, 2010

Title: Summer Solstice Celebration on the 5:20Location: 5:20 SF to LarkspurDescription: Summer Solstice is the longest period of daylight in the year. It usually falls around June 21 in the northern hemisphere, and December 21 in the southern. Because this year’s Summer Solstice is on Monday, June 21st, we will be celebrating Friday, June 18, […]

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BayLink Adds Special Paul McCartney Ferry – July 10

June 12, 2010

An update from the City of Vallejo: Baylink will be offering special direct service to AT&T Park for the Paul McCartney concert on Saturday July 10th. The boat will depart Vallejo at 545PM and depart AT&T 30 minutes after the show. Tickets are just $26.00 round trip and are available at the Vallejo Terminal ticket […]

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Overview Of Ferries

June 11, 2010

Author: Rolf Karlsen Since antiquity, man has encountered streams and rivers barring his path and has found ways to cross them. Some of the time, with time, manpower, and material available, he was able to build bridges. If it wasn’t possible to make them for whatever reason, he found other means of surmounting the obstacle. […]

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Spot & Mrs. Spot

June 3, 2010

Spot and his blushing bride Mrs. Spot (aka Cleospotra) preside over the Memorial Day 5-2-0 party.  Just like Mrs. Spot, Andrea has to go to work soon.  Congratulations to both !

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