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San Francisco Chronicle

February 1, 2022

Ferry service from S.F. to Treasure Island is finally on the horizon

By J.K. Dineen

Long-awaited ferry service between downtown San Francisco and Treasure Island is finally looming on the horizon.

The California Public Utilities Commission is poised to vote on Feb. 10, to establish the fare for the rapid San Francisco-to-Treasure Island service, which will likely commence by the end of the month.

Service was supposed to start on Jan. 1, but has been delayed while waiting for the CPUC to sign off on the fare, which will reduce the price of an “unscheduled, prearranged service” from $20 to $5 a ride. Customers will also have the option of buying a $150-per-month unlimited ride.

Treasure Island Community Development will subsidize the ferry service until the Water Emergency Transportation Authority takes over. That is likely to happen in two to three years as more housing is completed on the 400-acre man-made island and demand for the commuter ferry rises.

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