Tiburon Ferry Terminal
A Blue and Gold Fleet ferry at Tiburon, 2015
|Operated by||Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District: Golden Gate Ferry|
|Connections||Golden Gate Transit: 8|
Marin Transit: 119, 219
The Tiburon Ferry Terminal is a ferry landing for Golden Gate Ferry and Angel Island–Tiburon Ferry Company passenger ferries in Tiburon, California in the San Francisco Bay Area's North Bay. It connects commuters from Marin County with job centers in San Francisco across the San Francisco Bay to the Ferry Building. The terminal also provides tourist and recreational passenger service to the Ayala Cove Ferry Terminal on Angel Island State Park.
This terminal originally served as a ferry connection for the North Pacific Coast Railroad before interurban service was discontinued on February 28, 1941. September 25, 1967 marked the end of steam freight service. Golden Gate Ferry service commenced on March 6, 2017.
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