Saturday, January 26, 2019

PRNC to ponder traffic & new ferry service

   POINT RICHMOND - The Point Richmond Neighborhood Council will discuss and hear reports about traffic in The Point and the new ferry service from Richmond to San Francisco when it meets Wednesday evening.
PRNC agenda (click to view)
     The PRNC meeting is open to the public and begins at 7:30 p.m. in the Community Center on Washington Avenue.
     The traffic item will be discussed beginning at 7:40 and will feature Dane Rodgers, the City of Richmond's Traffic Engineer. Rogers will be available to answer questions about transportation needs and goals of The Point and Richmond.
     The PRNC will also hear a report from Maryn Hurlbut, chair of the Recreation and Parks Commission about the reopening of the Plunge.
     At 8:40, Thomas Hall of San Francisco Bay Ferry will be available to take questions and discuss the new ferry service that began on January 10.
     For an earlier story and photos about the first day of ferry service, click here: New Ferry Service Starts from Richmond to SF.
     For more information about the meeting, you can contain the PRNC via email here: PRNC EMAIL.

Ferry dock in Richmond  (Photo by the Richmond Standard)