Belford Terminal Restoration In Progress
As unfortunately a number of you know from your own experience Hurricane Sandy caused extensive damage to many properties in Monmouth County including the Belford Ferry Terminal. As a result NY Waterway and Monmouth County has begun restoration work on the Belford Terminal. Although the restoration work is comprehensive, the County is projecting that this undertaking will be completed within a month.
The following is a projected timeline for the work and its impact on you our valued passengers:
- Beginning Monday the restoration and removal of the first 4 feet of the interior walls will start.
- During the first few days of this work passengers will only have access to the terminal for ticketing and use of the bathrooms. There will not be any waiting room access during this time.
- By Wednesday morning a trailer will be in position and set up for ticketing. The trailer will provide a limited area for waiting.
- During the next several weeks our captains, to the extent possible, will allow passengers to wait on board the boats.
- NY Waterway will simultaneously be replacing our damaged equipment so that it is up and ready when the County's work is completed.
We regret this inconvenience to you and will work along with Monmouth County to return the facility to its full use and function as soon as possible.