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Passenger Ferry Grant Program 2019 Selected Projects

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State Project Sponsor Project Description Amount
CA Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District The Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District will receive funding to acquire a new passenger ferry vessel that will enhance service reliability for its passengers. $5,900,000
FL Jacksonville Transportation Authority The Jacksonville Transportation Authority will receive funding to upgrade the St. Johns River Ferry, providing critical elements related to public safety and state of good repair for the ferry slips and the ferry terminal. $3,935,313
GA Chatham Area Transit Authority The Chatham Area Transit Authority will receive funding to acquire a new passenger ferry vessel to expand service and enhance service reliabity for its passengers. $1,280,000
IL/IA Rock Island County Metropolitan Mass Transit District The MetroLINK Village of East Davenport (IA) will receive funding to construct a new ferry terminal at the Village of East Davenport that will enhance service reliability for its passengers. $1,200,000
MA Woods Hole, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket Steamship Authority The Woods Hole, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket Steamship Authority will receive funding to construct a new terminal building to enhance service reliability for its passengers. $2,500,000
ME Casco Bay Island Transit District The Casco Bay Island Transit District will receive funding to maintain and upgrade its main passenger ferry terminal to ensure continued service reliability for its passengers. $3,440,000
NJ New Jersey - Department of Environmental Protection The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection will receive funding to upgrade passenger ferry slips at Liberty State Park in Jersey City, NJ to maintain safety and enhance service reliability for its passengers. $5,900,000
NY MTA New York Metro-North Railroad Ferry Dock Replacement The New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority MTA Metro-North Railroad will receive funding to design and construct a new floating dock to replace an older dock which has reached its useful life. $2,720,000
WA Washington State Department of Transportation, Ferries Division The Washington State Department of Transportation will receive funding to construct a pedestrian connector between the Seattle Multimodal Terminal and downtown Seattle that will enhance safety and facilitate multimodal connectivity. $5,900,000

Total:
$32,775,313

Updated: Thursday, August 8, 2019
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