Merritt College Transportation Survey

July 25, 2016

A student at Merritt College College is conducting an important survey of transportation options as it pertains to commuting to school and or work. Please participate. If we get enough responses we will report the results here. Transportation Survey Thank you. The Staff At SF Ferry Riders

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Giants Ferry Tickets NOW AVAILABLE to NLCS games at AT&T Park!

October 11, 2014

Fans can purchase FerryTickets for Games 3 and 4 now and for Game 5 sometime after Sunday’s game (if needed). Departure times are as follows: Game 3, Tuesday, October 14 – Ferry departs Larkspur at 11:20AM Game 4, Wednesday, October 15 – Ferry departs Larkspur at 3:20PM Game 5, Thursday, October 16 (if needed) – […]

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Ferry Ridership Triples at Jack London Square

July 2, 2013

Dixie Jordan, local Editor for Piedmont Patch and Rockridge Patch, reports that, due to the BART strike, ferry ridership has tripled at Jack London Square. Probably the most important information shared was this: The parking lots are full at the docks, and Sanchez advised riders to get dropped off rather than drive to the docks. […]

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Muir Woods Shuttle Resumes Saturday May 4th!

May 13, 2013

Enjoy the wonder and beauty of Muir Woods without fighting traffic and crowded parking lots – ride the Muir Woods Shuttle! For the 2013 season, the Shuttle operates weekends and holidays beginning Saturday, May 4th through Sunday, October 27th. Route 66F provides connections all season to/from the Sausalito Ferry and service runs about every hour to […]

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SF Ferry Building is working to fix the Clock Tower Chimes

January 17, 2013

We thought you would like to know about a story at SF Gate  about the missing, top-of-the-hour chimes from the San Francisco Ferry Buidling clock tower. Port of San Francisco officials, who run the Ferry Building, agreed that the chimes are a worthy feature of the landmark structure, and said they are working to fix […]

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SF Ferry Riders Store Now Open for Business

October 2, 2010

Yes boys and girls! Just in time for Christmas! It is the San Francisco Ferry Riders very own store hosted by CafePress.com Just click on the Get Gear link at the top of every page, or go directly to the store by visiting cafepress.com/sfferryriders We have created a store filled with fun and useful items […]

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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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TransLink name changes to Clipper on June 16

May 26, 2010

Apparently the name TransLink (which is almost self explanatory) was too generic so on June 16th, the TransLink system will become Clipper (which is way to peppy for morning travelers). Curious as to why I visited the TransLink web site and found the following here . Why is the name being changed? Now that the […]

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Free Streaming Meditation and Native American music

April 9, 2010

This isn’t a post about anything to do with ferries or commuting or even parties. But since the people who come by here are pretty cool, I wanted to share one of my favorite web sites with you. In Tune With Spirit is a great web site that allows you to stream, for free (although […]

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Web site offers stunning view of the bay

March 26, 2010

There are many thousands of web cams around the world, but none offers quite this nice of a view. At WebMarin.com you will find a live view of the bay (when not foggy or dark) that will remind you of why you are riding the ferry to work instead of sitting in a car on […]

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