The San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA) is a regional public transit agency tasked with operating and expanding ferry service on the San Francisco Bay and with coordinating the water transit response to regional emergencies. Under the San Francisco Bay Ferry brand, WETA carries over three million passengers annually utilizing a fleet of 15 high speed passenger-only ferry vessels. San Francisco Bay Ferry currently serves the cities of Alameda, Oakland, Richmond, San Francisco, South San Francisco and Vallejo.
WETA is committed to working with cities, communities and stakeholders to establish new ferry routes where the proposed route reduces traffic congestion in the transit corridor, is cost effective and financially viable.
▸ WETA Transfers MV Solano to Kitsap Transit
▸ Employment Opportunity: Engineering & Maintenance Administrator
▸ WETA Adopts Core Principles to Guide Ferry System Recovery
▸ WETA Awarded $4.9 Million in Emergency Relief Funds
▸ Redwood City Ferry Deemed Feasible, Business Plan to Be Developed
▸ Seamus Murphy Appointed as Next WETA Executive Director
▸ Employment Opportunity: Finance & Administration
▸ Former S.F. Port Director Monique Moyer Appointed to WETA Board
▸ Transportation Expert Jessica Alba Appointed to WETA Board
▸ WETA Executive Director Nina Rannells Announces Retirement from Agency
▸ WETA Statement on Coronavirus Response
▸ WETA Seeks Emergency Funding to Maintain Disaster Response Capabilities During COVID-19 Crisis (PDF, March 25, 2020)
▸ Jim Wunderman Appointed WETA Board of Directors Chair