With Sinbads previously being razed to make room for the San Franciscos Ferry Terminal Expansion project, which include the making of two new berthing facilities (Gates F and G) along with a new Bayside promenade with covered passenger queuing areas for the south side of your Ferry Building, the groundbreaking for the project may be scheduled for May 11.

In with regard to the gate expansion, the project includes the infilling of the adjacent lagoon, as pictured above, to create a new Embarcadero Plaza which will act as staging area for the San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA) regarding an all natural disaster.

San Francisco’s ferry terminal will serve an estimated 32,000 riders per weekday by 2035, including cool product to Treasure Island and Mission Bay, and that is up from around 10,000 passengers today.

The expansion project, as rendered above, must be carried out by no more 2019.

Related: Embarcadero Plaza Mission Bay Ferry Landing Port of San francisco bay area Bay area Ferry Terminal SF Waterfront Sinbad’s Treasure Island Ferry Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA)

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