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South Amboy ferries to NYC could start running this fall, making a 30-year dream a reality

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Ceremonial shovelfuls of dirt were thrown Tuesday on the site of the future Raritan River ferry terminal that has been the dream of South Amboy and Middlesex County officials for 30 years. Ferries between South Amboy and New York City could start running as soon as the fall, after dredging and construction of a temporary floating dock is completed. New York Waterway wants to have temporary service start in the fall to get people into the habit of taking the ferry, Mayor Fred Henry said. “I’m just so overwhelmed, because the process has taken so long,” he added. The project is being financed th…

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