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Ferry to Ossining restarts tomorrow. Not to Beacon yet.

January
19

The Haverstraw-Ossining ferry passengers will board the boat again tomorrow after more than two weeks of taking a bus instead, Metro-North announced.

Since Jan. 4, they have had to take a bus between the Haverstraw parking lot and the Tarrytown train station because that cold snap we just finished shivering through formed too much ice in the Hudson River.

In fact, the Newburgh-Beacon ferry riders are not so lucky. They’ll have to continue crossing the river by the buses provided until the ice still caking the river up by Newburgh thaws some more.

Find more about the Haverstraw-Ossining ferry here.

Find information on the Newburgh-Beacon ferry here.

This entry was posted on Tuesday, January 19th, 2010 at 11:27 am by Ken Valenti. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.
Category: Ferries, Ferry, Haverstraw-Ossining ferry, Metro-North

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Going Places is written by transportation writers Khurram Saeed and Ken Valenti. Khurram's transportation column, "Getting There," runs Wednesdays in Rockland. Ken's column, "Going Places," runs Mondays in Westchester and Putnam. Join in the conversation and share tips on coping with fellow commuters.

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Khurram SaeedKhurram SaeedKhurram Saeed has been reporting for The Journal News since 2000. He writes about transportation issues in Rockland and has a weekly column called Getting There, which appears Wednesdays. READ MORE


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