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Hyannis Ferry Terminal, May 18, 2010 The $3.5 million federal stimulus ARRA project made Hyannis Ferry Terminal Slip Improvements.   The project was completed this spring a year ahead of the original schedule due to the efforts of the contractor, AGM Marine Contractors, Inc. 

The Steamship Authority serves Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket and operates regular year-round service from the Hyannis terminal to Nantucket.  The Authority is on the web here.

Check out MassDOT Recovery and Reinvestment Act federal stimulus projects on an interactive map on the web

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