Google Inc. has confirmed to the Associated Press that they no longer own the East Coast version of the Google Barge, a structure that was built in a shroud of secrecy at the same time as one constructed off of Treasure Island in the San Francisco Bay.
After its journey from the Bay Area to Stockton on Thursday morning, the mysterious Google Barge has quickly become an attraction for Central Valley residents.
You were likely fast asleep as Google began moving the mystery barge from the San Francisco Bay early Thursday, towing it up the Sacramento River Delta to Stockton.
The Google barge that’s been docked at Treasure Island for months is heading to Stockton to be finished.
Following in the footsteps of Google, Facebook is now shuttling workers to the South Bay via luxury catamaran.
After Google received word to move its barge off Treasure Island due to a lack of proper permits, the tech giant is now under fire for its plans to operate the vessel.
A state agency says Google must move its mystery barge from a construction site on Treasure Island because the permits are not in order.
A brief statement released Wednesday from the internet giant puts an end to weeks of speculation about the purpose of structures on two barges, the San Francisco Bay project and another off Portland, Maine.
Authorities have removed a barge that became beached near San Francisco’s St. Francis Yacht Club Tuesday, a U.S. Coast Guard spokeswoman said Wednesday.
A barge ran aground and became stuck near San Francisco’s St. Francis Yacht Club early Tuesday morning, a U.S. Coast Guard spokeswoman said.