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Transportation  
                                  

                 Most of Staten Islands residents rely on their cars to get around. There are three bridges to 
          New Jersey, the Outerbridge, the Goethals bridge and the Bayonne bridge, and the 
          Verrazano Narrows bridge to Brooklyn. 

                 Getting around on "The Island" you can use the City Buses 

                        or the Staten Island Railway. 

                 To get to Manhattan for work or play, you can drive,  you can take one of several "Express Busses"
          or take the Staten Island Ferry. 

        The Staten Island Ferry runs between Staten Island and Manhattan. During
the 25 minute ride, you'll pass Governor's Island and the Statue of Liberty. 
No bumper to bumper traffic to start your day off with aggravation, and on the 
way home it's a good way to put the day behind you.
Best of all, the ferry is FREE!!!
     
The ferry docks at the Whitehall Terminal at Whitehall St. and South St.,
in Lower Manhattan, and the St. George Ferry Terminal at Richmond Terrace,
Staten Island. The ferry runs daily every 20 to 30 minutes around the clock 
(please note that ferries are less frequent in the middle of the night).
For detailed scheduling information, call (718) 815-BOAT or
 visit  http://www.ferrytime.com/ or http://www.ci.nyc.ny.us/html/dot/html/arndtown/statfery.html; this site also has information on vehicle charges and holiday schedules. 

 

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