Floating ferry landings help solve NYC transit travails

To help New York City workers avoid the daily headaches of long commute times on crowded buses and subways, the New York City Economic Development Corp. launched a new ferry service in 2017 to get people off the streets, out of the tunnels, and onto the waters that surround Manhattan and the city’s four other boroughs. The project was also aimed at connecting underserved waterfront communities — sites historically considered “transit deserts” that had some waterfront amenities but lacked the infrastructure to load or unload ferry passengers, notes Stephen Famularo, P.E., D.PE, M.ASCE, a vice president of marine engineering at

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