Ferry service between South San Francisco and the East Bay is set to begin this summer after years of delays, and passengers can get information on how much the ride will cost.
The Water Emergency Transportation Authority, which operates the ferry, has proposed one-way fares of $7. Seniors, youths and the disabled will pay $3.50 fares, and children under 5 ride free. The trip clocks in at 35 minutes.
Read more at the San Francisco Examiner: http://www.sfexaminer.com/local/transportation/2012/04/south-city-ferry-finally-sails-will-charge-7#ixzz1rCzydZxX