Port of San Francisco
San Francisco’s community of houseboat dwellers on Mission Creek, which dates back over 50 years, has some security for their unique homes with a lease through the Port of San Francisco through 2040.
A San Francisco Superior Court judge is expected to make a ruling this week on whether to allow a controversial measure regarding development on the city’s waterfront on June’s ballot.
A state-of-the-art facility at Pier 27 with a berth long enough to accommodate the largest cruise ships now afloat will first serve as the America’s Cup headquarters.
Protesters gathered at the Larkspur Ferry terminal Tuesday morning as Golden Gate Ferry Service was shut down as expected over a ferry workers’ strike coinciding with May Day and Occupy-related demonstrations.
Special event pricing for Port of San Francisco meters has increased the price for drivers to $5 an hour.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee released Monday the first part of his proposed budget for fiscal year 2011-2012.
A cruise ship that was brought to San Francisco for repairs after catching fire during a voyage in November is in good shape and will depart for its next Mexican cruise on Friday, a port official said Wednesday.
A cruise ship that caught fire and stranded thousands of passengers for days in November was docked Monday in San Francisco for repairs.
Imagine taking a cab from SF to the North or East Bay without crossing any bridges. It’s an idea now being floated in the Bay Area.
State Assemblyman Tom Ammiano, D-San Francisco, is authoring a bill to provide financing powers to the Port of San Francisco to develop part of the city’s waterfront in its bid to host the next America’s Cup, a spokesman said Thursday.