Charlotte ferry resumes service, no longer free

January 1, 2021

first_imgThe Lake Champlain Transportation Company (LCT) today resumed ferry service at the Essex-Charlotte crossing.  The ferry will operate Monday through Friday until April 5, at which point service will be expanded to seven days per week.  The ferry begins service from Vermont at 7 a.m. and from New York at 7:30 am each day.  As has been the standard practice, the LCT charges for use of their privately-owned ferry. Their current rates start at $9.50 per vehicle for a one-way trip.For more detailed schedule and rate information, visit the Lake Champlain Transportation Company web site at  http://www.ferries.com/temporary_schedule.asp(link is external) .  Year-round temporary ferry service will continue to operate 24 hours a day, free of charge to travelers between Crown Point, NY, and Chimney Point, VT during the time it takes for a new Lake Champlain Bridge to be built and to open.As always, please visit the website https://www.nysdot.gov/lakechamplainbridge(link is external) or www.ferries.com(link is external) ( http://www.ferries.com/(link is external) )for the most current information.Source: VTrans. 3.23.2010last_img

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