NYC Ferry has reduced service by about 12% on its fall 2018 timetables, though service on its newest routes, LES–Lower East Side and SV–Soundview, is virtually unchanged.
NYC Ferry’s LES–Lower East Side route launches Wednesday 29 August 2018 with two new landings at Stuyvesant Cove and Corlears Hook.
Minor changes to the timetables for NYC Ferry’s Astoria and South Brooklyn routes take effect Wednesday 15 August 2018.
NYC Ferry’s newest route, serving a section of the Bronx over 2 miles (3 kilometers) from the nearest subway, offers considerably less service than other current routes in the system.
NYC Ferry's summer 2018 schedules represent a significant expansion of service, including a doubling of weekend service on the Astoria, Rockaway, and South Brooklyn Routes.
NYC Ferry's spring 2018 schedules launch this Monday, 2 April 2018, and riders are in for some good news: service is increasing to its highest levels since the launch of the current four-route system.
NYC Ferry's winter 2018 timetables went into effect this past Saturday, 20 January. The new schedules show a dramatic reduction in service, particularly on weekends, when scheduled departures have been cut nearly a third.
NYC Ferry launched new winter 2017–18 schedules on 4 November 2017. Here's an analysis of the changes, which represents an overall reduction in service.
After five years of effort and $369 million, the New York City Subway's new South Ferry station reopened to the public at noon on Tuesday, 27 June 2017. Here are photos of the restored station, repaired and reinforced against future storms.
The original 1905 South Ferry station was reopened in 2013 after hurricane Sandy's storm surge devastated the new South Ferry station. I went to check out the old station before it closes — possibly forever — in the coming months.