The Soundview Route is projected to serve approximately 400,000 riders traveling between the south Bronx, a new landing erected at East 190th Street and existing landings at East 34th and Wall streets/Pier 11
Electeds Tour Soundview Ferry Terminal Construction
An artist’s rendering of the completed Soundview Ferry Terminal.
It’s smooth sailing ahead for the much anticipated Soundview Ferry Terminal! On Monday, April 9, NYC Economic Development Corporation president James Patchett; Assemblyman Marcos Crespo; Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. and community leaders toured construction progress of the NYC Ferry landing coming to Soundview this summer. The Soundview Route is projected to serve approximately 400,000 riders traveling between Clason Point and a new landing erected at East 90th Street and existing landings at East 34th and Wall Street/Pier 11.
Workers were hard at work making sure the Soundview Ferry Terminal meets its late summer deadline.
Assemblyman Crespo (l) signed a ferry bumper with a Sharpie.
Borough President Diaz autographed the ferry bumper.
Soundview resident Haydee Rosario came to inspect the ferry terminal’s progress for herself.
Borough President Diaz (c) noted the happiness of the occasion.
Updated 5:15 pm, July 9, 2018