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Glenora/Adolphustown ferry out of service this week

The Glenora / Adolphustown ferry is out of service for scheduled repairs to the ferry docks March 20 – 25 as repairs continue to ferry docks.

This is the second outage week this month. The Ministry of Transportation informed the municipality of the extended service disruptions for Monday, March 6  to March 11 as well as Monday, March 20 at 5 am until Saturday, March 25 at 2 am

The service disruptions are a result of scheduled repairs to the ferry docks.

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  1. Mark Reynolds says:

    I personally take it twice a day and have for 8 years. Minor inconvenience for sure as it does add 60 extra kilometers every day. But, I am not going to stress out as the people they have given lots of notice. And as it has been said, rather now than in the summer.

  2. Bruce Nicholson says:

    Maintenance is mandatory. Rather it be done now rather then the midst of summer.

  3. angela says:

    They cross water, they do not walk on it. Repairs are needed so take the bridge. It is a temporary inconvenience at worst.

  4. B Wilder says:

    It is always single ferry service in the winter. Seems that maybe there may have been one ferry only for a time due to covid. Personally, I would rather have the dock repaired than let it deteriorate to the point of being unusable. The ferry is a convenience, but it is not a necessity. So no push back from me.

  5. IN says:

    A year of single ferry service and now extended periods of no service. It’s going from bad to worse yet you hear no push back!?

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