Originally a three-year pilot program, the city hopes to continue the service until at least 2019.
Only 2,824 passengers bought tickets to ride the East River Ferry Monday, compared to 5,700 when it was free.
A three-year pilot program connecting East 34th and Wall streets with Brooklyn and Queens is slated to start in June.
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