Table 1-4: Maine Toll Ferries: 2001

Table 1-4: Maine Toll Ferries: 2001

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Facility Financing or operating authority Location Length in miles Toll collection direction Electronic collection system
Vehicular toll ferries          
Margaret Chase Smith Office of Passenger Transportation, Maine Department of Transportation From Lincolnville, ME to Islesboro, ME U Both ways None
Captain Henry Lee Office of Passenger Transportation, Maine Department of Transportation From Bass Harbor, ME to Swan's Island, ME U Both ways None
Captain Henry Lee Office of Passenger Transportation, Maine Department of Transportation From Bass Harbor, ME to Frenchboro, ME U South None
Captain Neal Burgess Office of Passenger Transportation, Maine Department of Transportation From Rockland, ME to North Haven, ME U Both ways None
Captain Charles Philbrook Office of Passenger Transportation, Maine Department of Transportation From Rockland, ME to Vinalhaven, ME U Both ways None
Governor Curtis Office of Passenger Transportation, Maine Department of Transportation From Rockland, ME to Vinalhaven, ME U Both ways None
North Haven Office of Passenger Transportation, Maine Department of Transportation From Rockland, ME to Matinicus, ME U East None
Everett Libby Office of Passenger Transportation, Maine Department of Transportation From Various to Various U Both ways None
Machigonne II Casco Bay Island Transit District From Portland, ME to Peaks Island, ME U East None
Maquoit II Casco Bay Island Transit District From Portland, ME to Casco Bay Isles, ME U East None
Scotia Prince Prince of Fundy Tours From Portland, ME to Yarmouth, NS, Canada U Both ways None
The Cat Bay Ferries From Bar Harbor, ME to Yarmouth, NS, Canada U Both ways None

KEY: U = data are unavailable; NS = Nova Scotia.

SOURCE FOR DATA ON THIS PAGE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Toll Facilities in the United States: Bridges-Roads-Tunnels-Ferries, Washington, DC: June 2001, available at http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/ohim/tollpage.htm as of Feb. 18, 2002.