AC Transit

The Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District (AC Transit) is the third-largest public bus system in California, serving 13 cities and adjacent unincorporated areas in Alameda and Contra Costa counties. AC Transit has been serving the East Bay since 1960, taking over from the Key System and its predecessors, which carried passengers via buses, horse-drawn rail, electric streetcars, and ferries over the previous 100 years. AC Transit’s mission is to connect our communities with safe, reliable, sustainable service … we’ll get you there.

Categories: Transportation

1500 Franklin Street
Oakland, CA 94612 United States



Auto Warehousing Co.

Auto Warehousing Co. has over 50 years of experience providing the services, installation, and logistic needs of our customers.  From our customers to our associates, all are treated fairly, equally, and with respect.  We believe in empowering our managers, thus allowing them to react quickly to our customers’ needs. AWC continually embrace new technology allowing us to further increase efficiency and responsiveness to our customers’ needs. Continuing education and training is a priority at AWC, so our customers can reap the benefit of the most skilled workforce available.

Categories: Transportation

1311 Canal Blvd.
Richmond, CA 94804 



Bay Crossings

Since 2000, Bay Crossings Magazine has embodied the newly developing trend “Waterfront Hip” by delivering timely, relevant news to the waterfront community. Packed with regional news, reference material and local lore, Bay Crossings Magazine is sought after by locals and tourists alike for advice on worthy spots to spend their time and money. Bay Crossings Magazine has remained true to its mission of focusing on the needs and wants of our readers and the issues they feel are important, while they live, work and play along our historic bay front. Each new issue reinforces our loyal and dedicated audience, as they consistently pick up Bay Crossings Magazine every month.

We are a privately owned company. Our editorial goal is to advocate a comprehensive regional ferry service specifically and celebrate waterfront life, work and play generally.

Bobby Winston, Proprietor
Joel Williams, Publisher
Patrick Runkle, Editor

Joel Williams, Advertising & Marketing Director

Francisco Arreola, Designer / Web Producer

Francisco Arreola, Patrick Runkle, Joel Williams

Paul Duclos, Patrick Burnson and Sejal Choksi-Chugh

Bill Picture, Joel Williams, Dan Rosenheim and Matt Larson

Cindy Henderson

Advertising Inquiries:
(707) 556-3323,

Categories: Real EstateTransportation

1 Ferry Building
Shop #22
San Francisco, CA 94111 USA


(415) 362-0717 (Main)

BNSF Railway

BNSF Railway is one of North America’s leading freight transportation companies, with a rail network of 32,500 route miles in 28 states and three Canadian provinces. BNSF is one of the top transporters of the products and materials that help feed, clothe, supply and power communities throughout America and the world. BNSF moves those goods more safely and efficiently, on significantly less fuel, with fewer emissions than the all-highway alternative.

Agricultural Products
• In 2018, BNSF hauled 1.2 million carloads of agricultural commodities
• BNSF moves enough grain to supply 900 million people with a year’s supply of bread Consumer Products
• In 2018, 5.3 million intermodal shipments (truck trailers or containers) were transported on BNSF’s rail lines instead of on the nation’s congested highways
• A new car or truck is loaded/unloaded onto a BNSF automobile train approximately every 11 seconds
• BNSF has 1.3 million feet of track in intermodal facilities alone. If spread end to end, it would be the length of 9 ½ Boston Marathons

Industrial Products
• In 2018, BNSF hauled 2 million carloads of industrial products
• In 2018, BNSF moved more industrial products railcars than the entire population of Nebraska
• BNSF hauls enough asphalt to lay a single lane road two times around the equator
• In 2018, BNSF hauled 1.9 million coal shipments
• BNSF hauls enough coal to power one of every 12 homes in the nation

Categories: Transportation

303 S. Garrard Blvd.
Richmond, CA 94801 


Dreisbach Enterprises

Dreisbach has been serving our customers with the pride and integrity of a family-owned company for over 50 years. The tradition of excellence that was started by the company’s founders is reflected by our deeply rooted commitments to superb customer service, reliability, innovation, agility and high quality employees.  We offer customized cold supply chain solutions that will take your business to the next level.

Our facilities and transportation divisions are strategically located to take advantage of business opportunities throughout the West Coast, whether it is international cargo through the Port of Oakland, retail and wholesale distribution in the nation’s fourth largest metropolitan area or agribusiness from the Central Valley.

Categories: StorageTransportation

2530 E 11th St.
Oakland, CA 94601 



Levin-Richmond Terminal Corp.

Levin Richmond Terminal Corporation began exporting coal in 2013. It had already been exporting petcoke for decades. The petcoke comes from the Phillips66 refinery to load onto boats headed for Australia and Europe.

In June 2013 Arch Coal sold its Utah coal mines to Bowie Resources. Bowie said it had agreed to ship 2.1 million tonnes of coal through the Port of Stockton, and had been in negotiations with Levin Richmond Terminal Corporation for the port of Richmond, which would provide Bowie with annual “topping off” capacity of an additional 1 million tonnes per annum. Bowie also has mines in Colorado.

In 2014 Richmond exported a million tonnes of coal and petcoke combined. Most coal exports are to Japan and Mexico.

Categories: StorageTransportation

402 Wright Ave.
Richmond, CA 94804