September 11, 2008 Engineering Criteria Review Board
September 11, 2008
BCDC Conference Room
50 California Street, 26th Floor
- Call to Order
- Approval of Draft Minutes for July 7, 2008 and August 11, 2008 Meeting
- Presentation: “The Impacts of Climate Change on San Francisco Bay and What We Should do About it” by BCDC Executive Director, Will Travis
- Board Discussion: The Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA)/San Mateo County Harbor’s District’s (SMCHD) South San Francisco Ferry Terminal Project; Geotechnical Investigation and Design Criteria of the Proposed South San Francisco Ferry Terminal located in the East Basin of the Oyster Point Marina in the City of South San Francisco, San Mateo County. The Engineering Criteria Review Board (ECRB) will hold its first meeting to consider and review WETA/SMCHD’s engineering design criteria to build an approximately 11,812-square-foot ferry terminal and public access viewing terrace at Oyster Point. WETA’s ridership studies forecast approximately 1,700 daily passenger trips to and from South San Francisco by 2025, initially providing service from destinations in the East Bay to employment centers adjacent to the terminal.
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