The proposed Mission Bay Ferry Landing and Water Taxi Landing project would consist of a single-float, two-beth Ferry Landing to provide regional ferry service, and a separate single-float, two-berth Water Taxi Landing to provide local water taxi service. Commute service would be provided to/from Alameda-Oakland, Vallejo, and potentially Larkspur by the two ferry operators on SF Bay; the Water Emergency Transit Authority, operating as SF Bay Ferry, and Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District, operating as Golden Gate Ferry. The Ferry Landing would include a pier and connecting ramp, gangway, and float, and would be covered with a canopy. The Water Taxi Landing would include a platform, gangway, and float, and would be uncovered.
Transportation:Other (ferry and water taxi landings)
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