East River ferry

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Greenpoint »

Shuttle buses will run in Greenpoint from 6:50 to 9:30 a.m. and 4:30 to 7:20 p.m.

Greenpoint »

The dock ramp at the Greenpoint hub collapsed Thursday morning during the snowstorm, witnesses said.

Gramercy »

The city is looking at adding 11 stops across all five boroughs. 

Civic Center »

Subways and buses are running, schools are closed, roads are slick, and there's no trash pickup.

Astoria »

The Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance is starting a grassroots movement to bring a ferry stop to Astoria.

Red Hook »

The IKEA ferry will collaborate with the city to reduce waiting times for weekend riders this summer. 

Astoria »

The plan would create additional terminals in Astoria, Brooklyn, Upper East Side and Roosevelt Island.

Greenpoint »

The Greenpoint pier, which launched with fanfare in July of 2011, still has empty, fenced-off sections.

Long Island City »

Originally a three-year pilot program, the city hopes to continue the service until at least 2019.

New York City »

Many subway lines are still partly or fully suspended after Hurricane Sandy.

Midtown East »

New East River Ferry boats will hold 399 people, rather than 149.

Greenpoint »

A feral cat caretaker said her colony is being booted by a developer of waterfront apartment towers.

New York City »

The new menu will include Butter Lane Cupcakes and u-bet egg creams.

Downtown »

The East River Ferry has seen nearly 500,000 riders in its first six months, officials said.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

The East River Ferry is adding new technology that promises to eliminate more than 30 tons of pollutants from its emissions every year.