Greenwich Time: After a $50,000 study last fall, the idea of establishing a ferry service to Manhattan from the southwest end of Atlantic Street has been sunk by [Stamford, Connecticut] Mayor Michael Pavia and state transportation planners, officials said.

Stamford Economic Development Director Laure Aubuchon said that the decision to not pursue building a ferry terminal in the South End and launching the service was because of difficulty projecting demand for use of the service given significant demand could depend on the outcome of a pending application by “Bridgewater Associates, a Westport-based hedge fund, seeking to build a $750 million headquarters at a neighboring 14-acre site on Bateman Way.

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