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    Posted November 2, 2012 by
    Jersey City, New York
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    Rush hour commute to NYC


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     iReporter PankajP attempted to return to his job in the finance industry on Friday, but was foiled when he saw how long the line was at his local ferry terminal in Jersey City, New Jersey. "On a regular day there are no more than 15 people there, today was more like 100 people waiting," he said. Facing a long wait, he decided to grab his computer and head to a nearby Starbucks to use their free wifi - power still being off in his home. "We've had no power since Monday and sitting indoors without power is no fun," he said.
    - sarahbrowngb, CNN iReport producer

    Long serpentine lines at the Paulus Hook ferry terminal. Due to restricted or no train and bus service from most parts of NJ, ferries are the most reliable means of commute to Manhattan.

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