The military is shutting down free ferry service from San Diego to North Island Naval Air Station because of security concerns.
Navy officials decided the ferry route is a potential risk for a terrorist attack. The closure comes as part of a nationwide security clampdown ordered after 13 people were shot to death in November at Ft. Hood, Texas.
The ferry makes its final five-minute run across San Diego Bay tomorrow.
California subsidized the ferry service as a way to reduce traffic on roads leading to the island facility, where 35,000 sailors and civilian employees work.