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Port of Redwood City. Redwood City Ferry Terminal Study. Terminal Needs Location Analysis Land availability for 5-6 acre terminal Vehicular access Environmental Assessment Biological resources and sensitivity Wake and wave analysis Dredging requirements Conceptual Design & Cost Estimate.

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redwood city ferry terminal study
Redwood City Ferry Terminal Study
  • Terminal Needs
  • Location Analysis
    • Land availability for 5-6 acre terminal
    • Vehicular access
  • Environmental Assessment
    • Biological resources and sensitivity
    • Wake and wave analysis
    • Dredging requirements
  • Conceptual Design & Cost Estimate
terminal needs
Terminal Needs
  • 2025 forecast anticipates 1,950 daily riders between Redwood City and San Francisco; 460 daily riders between Oakland and Redwood City
  • Hourly service to/from San Francisco; peak period only to/from Oakland
  • Floating dock, accessible gangway, shelter, ticket vending, parking, and bus circulation
westpoint slough location
Westpoint Slough Location
  • Shortest vessel travel time
  • Availability of land for landside facilities (short-term and long-term)
  • Vehicular access available
  • Compatible with BCDC Seaport Plan and Port needs
  • Proximity to Pacific Shores development for “walk in” rider-ship
redwood city ferry terminal next steps
Redwood City Ferry Terminal: Next Steps
  • Environmental Impact Report: 12-18 Months
  • Final Terminal Design, Permitting, and Contracting: 12 Months
  • Terminal Construction: 12 Months
  • Depending on (1) availability of funds (2) environmental impacts and (3) community support, completion of the next steps would result in ferry service in 2011 for Redwood City.
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