Earlier this week, we gave you a simple guide on how to get around by BART while the Bay Bridge is closed. But if you were hoping to continue disengaging from all that public transit drama -- naked acrobats, seat sex, shootings, stabbings, peeing drunks -- for a ride with some much-needed fresh air, then we suggest taking the ferry.
Fortunately, like BART, there will be expanded service to accommodate everyone's need to continue working and playing without a hitch. Unlike BART, you won't get 24-hour service on the ferries, but you will get some gorgeous perspectives of San Francisco and a nice alcohol buzz, if you want.
So here's the key things you need to keep in mind if you plan to ride the ferry during the Bay Bridge blackout:
The Weekend/Holiday service will go into effect on Saturday, Sunday, and Labor Day, August 31 - Sept. 2. Here's some changes for that weekend:
Check out the full Ferry schedule and times.