Sausalito Ferry Terminal
Golden Gate Ferry docked at Sausalito, 2006
|Location||Humboldt Avenue at Anchor Street|
|Owned by||City of Sausalito|
|Operated by||Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District (as Golden Gate Ferry)|
|Connections||Golden Gate Transit: 2, 30, 92|
Marin Transit: 17, 61, 71X, 115
August 15, 1970 (Golden Gate Ferry)
|Closed||February 28, 1941(NWP)|
Sausalito Ferry Terminal is a ferry terminal in Sausalito, California, connecting Marin County and San Francisco. The station is served by Golden Gate Ferry and Blue & Gold Fleet ferries as well as Golden Gate Transit and Marin Transit bus routes.
The Sausalito Land and Ferry Company began running ferries between here and San Francisco around 1868. The terminal served as the southern terminus and ferry connection to San Francisco for the North Pacific Coast Railroad, which purchased the service in 1875. Pedestrian ferries were discontinued on February 28, 1941, with car ferry service ended by March, a few years after opening of the Golden Gate Bridge.
- "History of Golden Gate Ferry Service". Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District. Retrieved 30 April 2019.
- Stindt, Fred. Kelseyville and Modesto, (1982) . The Northwestern Pacific Railroad: Redwood Empire Route. Dunscomb Press. p. 88-89. Library of Congress Catalog No.64-24033.CS1 maint: extra punctuation (link) CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
- "History of Sausalito". Sausalito.com. Sausalito.com & California Media Partners, LLC. Retrieved 30 April 2019.
- Prado, Mark (30 May 2017). "Sausalito ferry landing revisions approved as city balks". Marin Independent Journal. Retrieved 1 June 2017.
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