NJ transportation to the site for the anniversary

The State of New Jersey, at the direction of Governor Christie, is pleased to offer ferry service to New York City’s Commemorative Ceremony on Tuesday, September 11, 2012. The event will be held at the World Trade Center site.

You MUST REGISTER for the ferry service. Please call Assistant Attorney General John Holl at 973-648-7948 as soon as possible, but not later than Friday, September 7, 2012 and leave a voice mail with the following information:

  • Your name and phone number
  • Victim’s name and P or T number
  • Number of family members in your party
  • Be sure to mention any special needs members of your party may have. New York will not provide any assistance for those who need it unless it is pre-arranged.

The ferry service from Liberty State Park to NYC will be at one time only: 6:45am.

The returning ferry will depart New York City for Liberty State Park approximately one half-hour after the Ceremony concludes.

Please do not bring food and water or other liquids. Please plan to arrive by 6:00am to allow time to go through security. The Salvation Army will provide light refreshments. Please do not carry large bags with you.

If you drive to Liberty State Park, please display the pink “Parking Pass” that you will receive in your vehicle window on the morning of September 11th to gain access to Liberty State Park and the ferry parking area.

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