Fact Check: Ferry Boat route Havre de Grace, Chesapeake City bill up for vote January 2018
The proposed budget bill for a ferry service between Havre de Grace and Chesapeake City will voted on in the beginning of 2018.
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The proposed budget bill for a ferry service between Havre de Grace and Chesapeake City will voted on in the beginning of 2018. The ferry service, which would taxi both pedestrians and vehicles under 25,000 lbs across the northern region of the Chesapeake Bay, is projected to create millions of dollars annually for both Harford and Cecil counties, while saving time, money, fuel and vehicle wear and tear. Either way you are traveling, whether it be from Harford County to the shore, or Cecil county to Baltimore and beyond, the average person will shave approximately one hour off their trip.
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There difference between the two cities, they are 15.20 miles from Havre de Grace to Chesapeake City in east direction and 22 miles (35.41 kilometers) by car, following the US-40 route.
Havre de Grace and Chesapeake City are 33 minutes far apart, if you drive non-stop, however there is no recent discussion on this matter.
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