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NYC Ferry

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Tottenville »

Developers tested the Tottenville-to-Lower Manhattan ferry for the first time Wednesday.

St. George »

The big orange boats saw a 4 percent rise while private services, including NYC Ferry, was up 3 percent.

Astoria »

The new line had more riders during its first week than both Rockaway and South Brooklyn ferry routes.

Greenpoint »

Apartments near ferries are marketing the new service as an important amenity.

Astoria »

The route connects Astoria, Roosevelt Island, Long Island City, 34th Street and Wall Street.

Astoria »

The Astoria ferry route will run boats every 25 minutes to Wall Street. 

Midtown »

The president is expected to move from Trump Tower to Wall Street between 1 and 3 p.m., officials said.

Clason Point »

The plan includes construction of a concrete pier in Clason Point for the South Bronx ferry service.

Long Island City »

The NYC Ferry system, which launched May 1, hit the 1 million rider mark Wednesday.

Long Island City »

Riders in Long Island City say the boats have been more crowded since NYC Ferry took over on May 1.

St. George »

Borough President James Oddo has been pushing several different ferry routes to come to Staten Island.

Rockaway Beach »

NYC Ferry had to charter an additional boat to take riders to the beach this weekend.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Ferries, the Second Avenue Subway and impending L train shut down are affecting the city's real estate.

Red Hook »

The route starting Thursday links Bay Ridge, Sunset Park, Red Hook, Brooklyn Bridge Park and Wall St.

Rockaway Beach »

The South Brooklyn route is on schedule to begin service Thursday.