The synergies between a project of the magnitude of the Sayreville site with ferry service between Carteret and New York are likely to be significant. The lower sales tax in New Jersey will create an incentive for weekend shoppers to travel from New York City. Reverse weekday commuting is also feasible. Trans-model linkage by busses or vans creates an easy connection between the Sayreville site and Carteret.
It is estimated that when the Sayreville project has been completed 221 million people per year will drive by that property. That traffic volume emphasizes the need for the commuting alternatives provided by a ferry. The current concern about deteriorating transit infrastructure highlights the need for alternatives to trains, cars and busses.
William J. Wolf of Bathgate Wegener & Wolf, P.C. has been retained by the Borough of Carteret in Middlesex County to represent it in initiating ferry service between Carteret and Manhattan. Because Carteret controls a significant portion of its waterfront, it is uniquely situated to provide ferry service as a viable alternative to rail and highway access to Manhattan not only to its residents but to travelers who would otherwise commute by car, train or bus. It is anticipated that ferry service will act as a catalyst for the redevelopment of the Carteret waterfront.
The Carteret ferry project is only one of several municipal infrastructure and redevelopment projects that Mr. Wolf has been retained to handle. In addition to the ferry project, Mr. Wolf is currently working on a municipal marina, airport and commercial redevelopment projects in Middlesex County and Monmouth County.
Mr. Wolf is a Senior Fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America, he has been designated as a Super Lawyer and AV Preeminent® for many years and he was selected to be listed in the Best Attorneys of America. Mr. Wolf has been certified, by the American Institute of Appellate Practice, as an appellate specialist.
By: William J. Wolf