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first_img× HOBOKEN — NY Waterway’s emergency ferry route between the Hoboken Terminal and the West 39th Street Midtown Ferry Terminal in Manhattan, which operated during the recent NJ Transit rail disruption, will become a permanent route in September, according to President and Founder Arthur Imperatore.The private ferry company added the route to move New Jersey commuters to Manhattan more quickly and easily after commutes were disrupted due to the April 3 train derailment near Penn Station.Ridership on the emergency route started April 5 and had over 4,000 passengers according to a media release.Service was limited to NJ TRANSIT ticket-holders, but the new route will be open to all passengers come September.Hoboken Terminal saw significant crowds in the wake of the derailment which the ferry worked to help alleviate.“I wanted to send a quick note to thank your team for being so wonderful during the recent NJ transit issues,” wrote passenger Sarah Garvey to the ferry company. “All of the people waiting at the ferry dock in Hoboken have been wonderful and so helpful. I wanted to make sure they know that they are fantastic and have been making this nightmare a bit easier and much more pleasant for all!”Details of the route still are being developed and will be announced this summer.For more information, call 1-800-53-FERRY or visit www.facebook.com/nywaterway or www.twitter.com/ridetheferry.last_img read more


first_imgIn other results, Mathare United humiliated Zoo Kericho 6-0 while Sofapaka were 5-2 winners over Nakumatt FC, Thika United beat Nzoia United 1-0 while Posta Rangers were held by Chemelil Sugar to a 1-1 draw in Awasi.At the Kisumu stadium, Gor extended their dominance over Muhoroni with Timothy Otieno producing a man of the match performance to see the record 15- KPL champions control the standings with 40 points, six ahead of second placed Sofapaka.Otieno threatened at the quarter hour mark when he connected well with a Francis Kahata cross but his effort was thwarted after colliding with Muhoroni keeper Gradus Ocheing to force the match temporarily stopped in the 20th minute.However, Otieno made impact immediately after resumption when he connected a Jaques Tuyisenge cross to break the deadlock in the 22nd minute.Otieno was at it again moments later, completing a brace when he beat Muhoroni custodian on a one-on-one.Muhoroni found their footing in the second half with the introduction of Daniel Omondi but Gor remained solid as Boniface Omondi nearly extended K’Ogalo’s lead after hitting the side net from a Karim Nzigimana cross.On fire Gor were denied by the cross bar in the 71st minute through Rwandese forward Tuyisenge before he was substituted for talisman Meddie Kagere.On the other hand, Muhoroni introduced the attacking duo of Francis Oduor and Venval Thomas, seeking to come back in the game and their efforts started to bear fruits after Indimuli pulled one goal back.However, it was too late as Gor held on the lead to collect maximum points.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Gor Mahia Meddie Kagere celebrates with Timothy Otieno.PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaNAIROBI, Kenya, Aug 19 – Giants Gor Mahia opened a six-point lead at the summit of the Kenyan Premier League table after registering a 2-1 win over Muhoroni Youth at the Moi Stadium in Kisumu on Saturday.Timothy Otieno grabbed a brace as Robert Indimuli scored the consolation from a counter attack connecting an Ambrose Ayoyi cross.last_img read more

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