The Staten Island Ferry is located on the North Shore, in the town of St. George. The Staten Island Ferry provides transportation from Staten Island to Manhattan for over 60,000 people a day (not including weekends) and over 20 million people a year. Because of this short and convenient 25-minute trip across New York Harbor, many people choose to live near the ferry for an easy and free trip to their daily jobs in the financial capital of the world – New York City. [Read More...]
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Some Staten Island towns that allow a short walk or a quick bus ride to the ferry are:
The Staten Island rapid transit train provides another form of public transportation to the Staten Island Ferry, at the St. George Terminal. The transit train connects St. George to the Southern most portion of Staten Island, known as Tottenville.
Some of the stops along the Staten Island Railway are Richmond Valley, Pleasant Plains, Princes Bay, Huguenot, Annadale, Eltingville, Great Kills, Bay Terrace, Oakwood Heights, New Dorp, Grant City, Jefferson Ave., Dongan Hills, Old Town, Grasmere, Clifton, Stapleton and Tompkinsville.
Aside from making for an easy commute for the many Staten Islanders, the Staten Island Ferry provides a majestic view of New York Harbor, the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.
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Listing information is provided by the Staten Island Multiple Listing Service, Inc.