- After Hurricane Sandy:
While the South Ferry terminal is being restored, the southern terminal for service is Rector Street, about four blocks north. A temporary signal system was installed that allows trains to use the track area known as the Old South Ferry Loop after leaving Rector Street to turn around so that trains can travel back uptown.
Trains are running on regular schedules, but customers going to Lower Manhattan should allow for extra travel time.
Customers who rely on the Staten Island Ferry for travel to and from Lower Manhattan can also use the subway at the Bowling Green Station, located about a quarter of a mile from the South Ferry Terminal building. The Wall Street Station is also just under a half mile from South Ferry Terminal.
In addition, the M5 Limited, M15, SBS 15 and M20 bus routes are also available.
For help with planning your trip, click here to use Trip Planner+ which takes into account any service changes or reroutes in effect. Use the "Service in the Area" feature to get maps of the neighborhood.
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