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Details and Timing for Mission Bay Ferry and Water Taxi Service

San Francisco’s future Mission Bay Ferry Landing could be operational as early as 2021.

If the Port’s plans are approved as proposed, and the water is broken and dredging commences in mid-2019 as currently envisioned, San Francisco’s future Mission Bay Ferry Landing near the intersection of Terry A. Francois Boulevard and 16th Street, cater-corner to Chase Center and adjacent to the future Bayfront Park, could be now operational as early as the first quarter of 2021, as newly rendered below.

A proposed Water Taxi Landing, which is to be located approximately 400 feet south of the proposed Ferry Landing, adjacent to Agua Vista Park, could be operational six months earlier (August 2020).

And in addition to peak hour services to and from Alameda-Oakland, Vallejo and potentially Larkspur, linked via San Francisco’s Ferry Building terminal, special event services would be provided for all scheduled Golden State Warriors’ games and around 20 other big evening or weekend events at the Chase Center.

 

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Chase Center starting to look like an arena

Future home of the Warriors comes to life

It’s been a full year since the Chase Center, future home of the Golden State Warriors, broke ground in San Francisco’s Mission Bay. And now—at last—it’s beginning to take shape, with a visible arena oval, giving a clear sense of what’s to come.

Only three months ago it didn’t look like much. What a difference three months make. Roughly 450 workers per day work to construct the billion-dollar project

The Chase Center isn’t scheduled for completion until the end of 2019, so this project will take its time. Once completed, the 18,000-seat arena will also boast 100,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space, as well as five-plus acres of public waterfront park.

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