New York Report
Letters to the Editor
Raise all the Damned Bridge Tolls to $5
Why not a Floating Bay to Breakers?
Bill Coolidge’s Bay Journal…
Alameda Offers New Ferry Contract
Can We Afford More BART?
Teri Shore Bay Environment
Robert Gray Charters Offers The Maritime History Tour
Russell Long, Crusader for Environmentally Sound Ferries, Cooks Up Coup
Take the Jeremiah O’Brien to Sacramento
What’s Doing in the Carquinez Strait
Ferry Service Headed Back to Richmond
California Canoe and Kayak Hosts 9th Annual Race for Treasure
Alameda Legacy Home Tour
WTA Report…
Working Waterfront
Water Transit Authority  WTA


July 2002


July 2002

August 2002

Why not a Floating Bay to Breakers?
Thousands of Bathtub races, in which folks let their imaginations and inhibitions run riot, take place in waterfront communities across the country. With the Bay Area rediscovering protected inlets like San Francisco’s Islais Creek, the Oakland Estuary and the North Bay’s Carquinez Strait, will Bathtub Races on the Bay become a new outlet for the zany?
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s Take the Jeremiah O’Brien to Sacramento
The noble story behind the restoration and upkeep of the World War II Liberty Ship the Jeremiah O’Brien is oft told. The public can become part of this floating legend in a rare opportunity to join the volunteer crew on a cruise to Sacrament. 
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What’s Doing in the Carquinez Strait
Vallejo ferry riders travel the Carquinez Strait every day, but to most everyone else in the Bay Area the wonders of this fascinating waterway are a well-kept secret. Take a gander at the rich variety of places to go, people to meet and things to see.            
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Jack London Square Gets Hip
Oakland’s Jack London Square has long been the kind of place only a Communist central planner could love. But exciting changes are in the works and this keystone of the East Bay waterfront figures to play an exciting and important role. 
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