The historic Hoboken Ferry Terminal has been officially reopened, which means expanded ferry service into New York City, and a more comfortable Terminal environment for travelers.

The original Terminal – known as the Erie Lackawanna Ferry Terminal – first opened in 1907. It was shut down in the mid 1960’s, and then when service resumed in 1989, a barge with a tent on it was used as a Terminal area.

The renovation – costing 120 million dollars – includes rebuilt piers and original Tiffany glass in the ceiling.

New Jersey Transit and PATH trains also operate out of the Hoboken terminal.