(BCN) — The Major Road Ferry Terminal in Alameda will shut for renovation for over two months beginning in October, ferry service officers mentioned.
The terminal’s operation will likely be suspended from Oct. 23 by means of Jan. 1, 2024, the San Francisco Bay Ferry mentioned in a information launch. The terminal will endure restore and alternative of its ageing infrastructure to adjust to with seismic security necessities, based on the ferry service.
In the course of the closure, downtown San Francisco-bound riders can use the Alameda Seaplane Lagoon Ferry Terminal whereas ferries to Chase Middle and South San Francisco will solely be obtainable out of the Oakland Ferry Terminal. The Alameda Brief Hop route will likely be suspended throughout the closure.
Operations on the Major Road terminal are deliberate to renew on Jan. 2, 2024 for the Oakland and Alameda, South San Francisco, Alameda Brief Hop, Oracle Park and Chase Middle ferry routes.
“Design components additionally put together the terminal for future fleet electrification wants. Upon completion of the mission, passengers will see direct advantages like extra environment friendly ferry operations and modernized terminal lighting,” the San Francisco Bay Ferry mentioned.
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