It’s the latest idea to keep the boats floating in the Cape May Lewes Ferry fleet. The Delaware River and Bay Authority announced Friday that the ferries will now transport freight via a pilot program. The idea is to allow packages to travel from one side of the Delaware Bay to the other while minimizing social interaction during the pandemic. The program begins Monday and will cost $15, regardless of package size.
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