Water Emergency Transportation Authority

Point Ferry Terminal Event Next Thursday

Sep 05,2019

The City of Alameda, the Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA) and Alameda Point Partners have announced that the groundbreaking of the Seaplane Lagoon Ferry Terminal at Alameda Point will take place from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., next Thursday, Sept. 12.

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Water Emergency Transportation Authority &nbsp&nbsp Ferries docked at the newly opened Ron Cowan Central Bay Maintenance and Operations Facility at Alameda Point, which opened for service last Thursday.

WETA Ferry Facility Opens at the Point

Dec 20,2018

The San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA) officially opened the Ron Cowan Central Bay Maintenance and Operations Facility at Alameda Point last Thursday. 

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Courtesy Power Engineering &nbsp &nbsp The new Alameda Point facility named for the late Ron Cowan will serve as a non-passenger hub for WETA’s central San Francisco Bay Ferry Fleet.

New Ferry Maintenance Facility to Begin Operation at Alameda Point

Sep 20,2018

The San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA) announced that the Ron Cowan Central Bay Operations and Maintenance Facility at Alameda Point will soon begin operations. WETA broke ground for the project in September 2016 (“Ferry Facility Dedicated,” Sept. 22, 2016).

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Richard Bangert  This residential and commercial building is planned for Alameda Point between Main Street and the Seaplane Lagoon, part of a transit-oriented development of 800 residences in the Waterfront-Town Center area. Planning for the area began with a grant from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission. Groundbreaking for the first 68 acres is expected in the next month.

Agency Calls for More Housing Here

Oct 04,2016

 

The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) issued a new regional planning document on Aug. 30, with suggested housing numbers to meet state goals. MTC is requesting input from local jurisdictions. 

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Water Emergency Transportation Authority  This artist rendering depicts one of the 400-passenger ferries that the Water Emergency Transportation Authority has ordered. The manufacturer will deliver two of the vessels in early 2017. Two more are scheduled for delivery in 2018, one of which will be able to provide service to the new Seaplane Lagoon terminal. The new vessels will produce lower emissions than any currently operating ferry in the U.S. of similar size and capacity.

WETA Purchases Two New Ferries

Oct 13,2016

 

Facing growing demand for ferry service, the Water Emergency Transportation Authority’s (WETA) board of directors authorized the purchase of two more 400-passenger ferry vessels at its Oct. 6 meeting. 

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BCDC to Discuss Ferry

May 31,2016

 

A representative from the city of Alameda will discuss details of the proposed Seaplane Lagoon Ferry Terminal plan in front of the San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission (BCDC) next Tuesday, June 7.

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Ferry Meeting Next Thursday

Mar 31,2016

The Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA) board of directors will be discussing ferry issues related to Alameda Ferry Service at 7 p.m., next Thursday, April 7, in the Council Chambers at City Hall. 2263 Santa Clara Ave.

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