DPUC to investigate Interstate Navigation’s new ferry plans

THE R.I. DEPARTMENT of Public Utilities and Carriers has opened an investigative docket into Interstate Navigation's plans to build a 500-passenger high-speed ferry. / COURTESY BLOCK ISLAND TOURISM COUNCIL
THE R.I. DEPARTMENT of Public Utilities and Carriers has opened an investigative docket into Interstate Navigation's plans to build a 500-passenger high-speed ferry. / COURTESY BLOCK ISLAND TOURISM COUNCIL
WARWICK – The R.I. Division of Public Utilities and Carriers on Friday opened an investigative docket to look into the “needs and appropriateness” of Interstate Navigation Co.’s plans to replace one of its Block Island ferries with a 500-passenger high-speed ferry. Interstate Navigation operates Block Island Ferry’s traditional and fast-ferry services to the island from…

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