Staten Island Ferry
The Staten Island Ferry will soon run every half hour around the clock.
Winter is keeping its icy grip on the Tri-State area as Arctic air continues to plunge the region into a deep freeze.
The skyscrapers of Manhattan look almost close enough to touch from parts of the waterfront of Brooklyn’s industrial Red Hook neighborhood.
The Staten Island Ferry has been free since 1997, but the city is studying just how much it could make if only tourists had to pay.
A study estimates creating a Staten Island Ferry “tourist-only” fare could bring New York City millions of dollars in annual revenue.
Next time you take the Staten Island Ferry, we recommend you stick around and try some of the borough’s best restaurants, all within walking distance of the ferry terminal.
The incident took place at around 2:20 p.m. No one was injured, according to Emergency Medical Services.
It’s a busy day for the New York City Council.
The preliminary design for the new Staten Island Ferry does not include outdoor seating, and many riders can’t even imagine not being able to get some fresh air.
The Staten Island Ferry might soon be doing away with boats that allow passengers to ride outside.
City To Test Liquefied Natural Gas On Staten Island Ferry Vessel In Bid To Cut Costs And Reduce Carbon Emissions
City Transportation Department officials say they could probably save $3 million per year, per boat by switching to natural gas from diesel fuel.
The group New York Runners In Support Of Staten Island has organized more than 1,500 runners to deliver much-needed supplies and support to storm-devastated communities.
The Staten Island Ferry resumed service just 72 hours after Sandy hit.
For the first time since before superstorm Sandy hit the Tri-State area, you will be able to take commute by boat between Staten Island and Manhattan.
Two days after Superstorm Sandy brought New York to a standstill, residents itching to get back to work and their old lives noticed small signs that the city might be getting back to — well, not quite normal.