Bus passengers who board at ramps A and B at the St. George Ferry Terminal will be temporarily relocated due to rehabilitation work.
Starting at 12:01 a.m. tomorrow, Ramp A will be closed, and passengers who use the S61/91, S62/92, S66 and S78, will be relocated to "Bus Station North," the former college shuttle bus stop.
Ramp B will also be closed, and passengers who use the S76/86, S74/84, and S51/81, will be moved to the Taxi Stand. The moves will not affect bus schedules.
Signs will direct riders to the new stop locations.
This change is expected to last for about one year.
The construction will also close the southern half of the current bus exit ramp, and beginning on Monday, pedestrians will have to use the opposite sidewalk to access buses and the terminal.
For more information about the ramp project, call 347-443-2220, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about buses, call New York City Transit's Travel Information Center at 718-330-1234, or visit mta.info.
This information was taken from the Staten Island Advance: