JERSEY CITY, NJ—NY Waterway today announced the restoration its Port Liberte ferry service beginning Monday, August 1. The ferries will offer direct service from the Port Liberte development in Jersey City to Paulus Hook and Wall Street, with connecting service to World Financial Center and Midtown.
The route has been suspended since 2020 due to the pandemic. NY Waterway is restarting service on a trial basis between August and October, and will assess future service based on ridership.
As part of the relaunch, NY Waterway will offer Port Liberte residents a 10 percent discount on tickets and passes, available through the Port Liberte Homeowners Association. NY Waterway and the Homeowners Association will work together to promote the discount directly to qualifying residents, who can then purchase discounted tickets and passes through the NY Waterway app.
Ticket Type Regular Rate, Resident Rate
1-Way Adult $13.00, $11.70
1-Way Child (6-11) $8.75, $7.90
1-Way Senior $9.75, $8.80
10-Trip $120.00, $108.00
Monthly $415.50, $374.00
30-Day Pass $423.00, $384.30
Ferries from Port Liberte will stop at Paulus Hook in Jersey City and proceed to Pier 11/Wall Street. Riders can transfer at Paulus Hook for free connecting service to World Financial Center and Midtown.
New! Port Liberte Ferry Service Returns Monday, August 1
Ferries will depart from Port Liberte between 6:05am and 9:05am, making stops at Paulus Hook and Pier 11. Returning ferries in the afternoon will depart Pier 11 between 4:15pm and 7:15pm, bound for Port Liberte.
Connecting service available for all Port Liberte riders at Paulus Hook, connecting to World Financial Center and Midtown.
For full Port Liberte ferry schedules and fares, nywaterway.com/PortLiberte
Get updates at 1-800-53-FERRY (7am - 11am, Monday - Friday), nywaterway.com, facebook.com/nywaterway or twitter.com/ridetheferry.