MAYPORT, Fla. – The St. Johns River Ferry was shut down Sunday morning due to unsafe water conditions, the Jacksonville Transportation Authority announced.
JTA said around 11 a.m. the move was temporary and made “in the best interest of crew and passengers.”
The service resumed just after noon after conditions improved, JTA said.
After two cold days filled with rain, wind and flooding, Northeast Florida will see conditions slowly improve on Sunday, according to the News4Jax weather team.
Attention St. Johns Ferry customers:— Jacksonville Transportation Authority (JTA) (@JTAFLA) November 7, 2021
Due to unsafe water conditions, we are suspending service for a bit in the best interest of crew and passengers.
We apologize for the inconvenience. Service will resume as conditions improve. pic.twitter.com/myZkTQSCxC