Ferry Service Back at Hoboken Ferry Terminal

For the first time in nearly 45 years, ferry service is operating at Hoboken Ferry Terminal. This marks the completion of a massive $120 million, 9-year redevelopment and rehabilitation project of the Ferry Terminal, owned by NJ TRANSIT. It was announced Wednesday, Dec. 7.

For more than 15 years, the Hoboken Terminal and Yard complex has been undergoing a major redevelopment and rehabilitation; the restoration of ferry services marks an important milestone in this program.

The Ferry Terminal is one of the last grand operating ferry terminals in the country. It is an integral part of the Hoboken Terminal, which is the largest multimodal terminal in the New York Metro area and serves nearly 60,000 commuters each weekday.

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