Guardrail to limit ferry parking

The Port Authority plans to install a 1,300-foot long
guardrail to prevent on-street parking along the edge of Smith Bay Road
by passengers using the Red Hook ferry. Work on the barrier was
expected to begin this month as construction continues on a new $9.3
million transit terminal. Darlan Brin, the executive director of the Authority, said the terminal is 78% complete and on track to be finished by Christmas, the Virgin Islands Daily News reported.

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  1. greetings from st. thomas! first – i love your site – it’s always interesting. well re: guard rails – it can only be west indian logic to put those up and limit parking while the red hook terminal is far from being finished! my office is at amercian yacht harbour – we need all the help we can get.
    warm regards,

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