Yarmouth International Ferry Terminal Redevelopment

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Infrastructure Canada, the Province of Nova Scotia, and three municipalities are providing $9 million in joint funding towards the Phase 1 redevelopment of the Yarmouth International Ferry Terminal in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia.

The federal and provincial governments are each contributing up to $3 million through the Small Communities Fund. The Town of Yarmouth ($1.5 Million), the Municipality of the District of Yarmouth ($1.2 Milion), and Municipality of the District of Argyle ($300K) are contributing the remainder of project funding.

Core elements of the project include upgrading and relocating of both the primary inspection line and toll booths, improving yard lighting, replacement of the transfer bridge and pontoon, and upgrades to the existing terminal building.

Work is slated to begin in early May of 2019, with a projected completion of fall of 2021. Check back often for updates as the project takes shape.





Infrastructure Canada, the Province of Nova Scotia, and three municipalities are providing $9 million in joint funding towards the Phase 1 redevelopment of the Yarmouth International Ferry Terminal in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia.

The federal and provincial governments are each contributing up to $3 million through the Small Communities Fund. The Town of Yarmouth ($1.5 Million), the Municipality of the District of Yarmouth ($1.2 Milion), and Municipality of the District of Argyle ($300K) are contributing the remainder of project funding.

Core elements of the project include upgrading and relocating of both the primary inspection line and toll booths, improving yard lighting, replacement of the transfer bridge and pontoon, and upgrades to the existing terminal building.

Work is slated to begin in early May of 2019, with a projected completion of fall of 2021. Check back often for updates as the project takes shape.





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