Keeping Passenger Ferry Systems Afloat: What can Boston learn from other water transportation systems around the country?

Mittleman, Jacob.


  • Abstract: Waterways were once the dominant mode of transporting people and goods throughout the United States, but they fell out of favor with the explosive popularity of motor vehicles and the subsequent development of roadways and infrastructure. However, passenger ferries have made a comeback in recent decades, as cities around the country have taken advantage of the opportunity to redevelop ... read more
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