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Hoboken Ferry Terminal Back In Business

FERRY TERMINAL RIBBON CUTTING
David Matthau, Townsquare News Network

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.

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