Cover Story: Opening of San Francisco Bay
New York Report
New Age Working Waterfront
Port of Oakland Opens Joint Intermodal Terminal
Sauslito Chamber of Commerce Report
Sausalito Business Profile: Raphaella Vaisseau’s Heartful Art Gallery
Bill Coolidge’s Bay Crossings Journal…
Bay Environment: Port Sonoma Ferries: The Next Generation
Hoedown with the Folks that Saved the Bay
San Francisco Ferry Terminal Update
Reader of the Month
Manly Tugboats of San Francisco
David Fear: The Smell of Fear
MTC Report: Volunteer for a Universal Transit Card, Livable Communities
WTA Report: WTA to Design World’s First Zzero- Emission Commuter Ferry
Working Waterfront: Staten Island’s Susan McAnanama
Governor Davis Announces $1.5 Million for Pier 45
Letters to the Editor
Water Transit Authority  WTA


March 2002

April 2002

Get out on the Bay!

It’s that time of year, when San Francisco Bay officially opens for the summer season of sailing fun, and landlubbers are welcome! You don’t have to be to the manor born, either: our correspondent Mary Swift provides details on how to hitch a sailing ride for free. See our complete “Beer Can” racing schedule and also don’t miss a peek behind the curtain at Stone Boatyard, where world-class wooden boats are back in production.           
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New York Report: More Ferries! More Ferries! More Ferries!

New York editor John Bollinger weighs in with reports on plans to significantly expand New York Harbor ferry service. Read also an enjoyable history of New York ferry service by contributor Richard B. Marrin.   Go to Article
New Age Working Waterfront

The waterfront lifestyle is hot and the stampede is on to lock up limited development opportunities. Who wins and who loses as the traditional working waterfront gives way to modern “creative industrial” uses? We look at Sausalito’s Schoonmaker Point, where former Liberty Ship factories have been successfully transformed.   Go to Article