By By Rachel Swan The first boat left the dock at 6:10 a.m. Thursday, but passengers were trotting down the gangway at Richmond’s new ferry terminal long before then.
One hundred sixty-one riders were aboard the Pisces when it slid away from the pier, the first high-speed catamaran of a transit service that west Contra Costa residents have anticipated for years. Officials expect the 225-person capacity boat to fill up during rush hour as word spreads.
“I’ve been counting down the days,” said David Huckabay of Hercules, who normally drives Interstate 80 to get to his office in the Embarcadero area — a slog that can [READ MORE HERE]
Source: SF Gate