Earlier today, the NYC Ferry welcomed its first commuters on its inaugural ride from Beach 108th Street in the Rockaways.
City surveys found that NYC Ferry riders often earned six-figure salaries.
"It’s like I need a ferry to cross the street to get to the real ferry"
Comptroller Scott Stringer raised red flags, but the city pushed through the purchase of 16 boats anyway
A Manhattan community board committee has reservations, but ultimately passed a resolution in its favor
City Council members grilled ferry officials on whether the municipal system is equitable at a Wednesday hearing
Scott Stringer wants the DOT to immediately explore taking over the embattled ferry system
Per ride subsidies could rise to a staggering $24.75 with the system’s expansion
The ferry service will hit all five boroughs by 2020
Councilmember Mark Levine is advocating for a ferry landing at West 125th Street.
NYC’s new ferries are a pleasant way to travel for a select group of New Yorkers, but the rest of us are paying for it.
The routes will bring ferry access to the Bronx and Manhattan’s east side.
The boat will go into service by the end of this month.
A new Village Voice analysis of ferry ridership is revealing
The De Blasio administration announced today that it’s making progress on the new ferry landing coming to the Soundview neighborhood of the Bronx.
All aboard the Ocean Queen Rockstar!
Once it’s up and running, the route is expected to serve 1 million riders annually.
That’s 34 percent more than what the city had anticipated for the end of 2017.
The holiday will bring myriad changes to New York’s streets, subways, buses, and more.
The popular new transportation system has already accommodated more than 2.5 million riders.
One company that helped the city meet its ambitious deadline is now owed $800,000, they say.
Or, how riding nearly every type of transit available to New Yorkers gave me a renewed appreciation for what we have.
Skip the pricey boat tours—for just $2.75, you can get a stunning architectural tour of NYC on the city’s newly-launched ferry system.
The new route will connect Astoria to the Financial District in just about 45 minutes.
A survey of NYC Ferry riders determines that 93% are satisfied with their experience on board.
A newly filed application calls for new docks on the Upper East Side, Lower East Side, Stuyvesant Town, and the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
It’s only been six weeks since the citywide ferry’s debut, but the new service is so popular the city has to race to keep up with demand.
Over the Memorial Day Weekend, riders experienced up to one-hour-long waits and long lines to board ferries.
The ferry has been viewed as a fix for an overburdened public transit system, but a ferry carries fewer riders than a single subway car.