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The EDC is soliciting ideas from second graders across the city to come up with names for the boats.

Melrose »

Subways were running mostly normally, but buses were delayed and some rail service was modified.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Mitchell Moss of NYU said transport was as important to reducing inequality in the city as education.

Rockaway Beach »

Mayor de Blasio announced the expansion of ferry service to include many new areas of the city.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The rush-hour service will run from Pier 84 to Brookfield Place.

Rockaway Beach »

Weekday service on the Rockaway ferry has been extended through Labor Day weekend.

Long Island City »

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

Chelsea »

Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance's Parade of Boats will bring dozens of ships to the harbor.

St. George »

Rep. Michael Grimm asked that a new boat be named after the former mayor.

Financial District »

The city is looking to replace three of its largest Staten Island Ferries and modify three others.

Financial District »

Statue Cruises offers a special Thursday night trip to the Statue of Liberty.

New York City »

Make travel part of the fun with boat getaways, from Red Hook to Martha's Vineyard. 

Battery Park City »

Lower Manhattan offers plenty of places to sail, swim, kayak and cruise this summer.

Manhattan »

Starting June 25, the ferries will cost $4 for one ride or $140 for a monthly pass.

Downtown »

The memorial foundation will withhold memorial tickets from tour companies that don't cooperate.