The ferry Roanoke makes a trip from Hatteras to Ocracoke. A state legislative committee endorsed a proposal to stop letting Ocracoke Island residents go to the front of the line for free at Hatteras Inlet ferry dock – and start charging $150 a year for anybody willing to buy a priority boarding pass.
The ferry Roanoke makes a trip from Hatteras to Ocracoke. A state legislative committee endorsed a proposal to stop letting Ocracoke Island residents go to the front of the line for free at Hatteras Inlet ferry dock – and start charging $150 a year for anybody willing to buy a priority boarding pass. Robert Willett 2011 News & Observer file photo
The ferry Roanoke makes a trip from Hatteras to Ocracoke. A state legislative committee endorsed a proposal to stop letting Ocracoke Island residents go to the front of the line for free at Hatteras Inlet ferry dock – and start charging $150 a year for anybody willing to buy a priority boarding pass. Robert Willett 2011 News & Observer file photo

$150 priority boarding passes may be coming to NC ferries

April 15, 2015 5:10 PM

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