A new freight ferry under construction and renovations to the Woods Hole ferry terminal will be among the topics of discussion when Steamship Authority governors meet on the Vineyard Tuesday morning.

The meeting begins at 9:30 a.m. at the Katharine Cornell Theatre in Vineyard Haven.

Current projects top the agenda, including proposed renovations to the ferry terminal in Woods Hole, also discussed at a March meeting on the Vineyard. Preliminary estimates put the price tag of the renovations at $68 million for the terminal and ferry slips.

Construction of the Woods Hole, a new freight ferry being built in Louisiana, is also on the agenda. Boat line governors will also discuss route assignments for the ferry beginning next summer. There has been some discussion about adding the Woods Hole, which will replace the freight boat Governor, to the Nantucket route.

An update on the recent project to reconfigure traffic circulation at the Vineyard Haven terminal is also on the agenda as well as a report on information technology, including electronic ticketing for walk-on passengers and text messaging for trip cancellations and wait list changes. Wi-Fi service on the ferries, frequently criticized for its poor quality, will also be discussed.

The 2016 winter, early spring and spring operating schedules, changes and clarifications to standby policies at the Woods Hole and Vineyard Haven terminals, and general manager Wayne Lamson’s’ proposed goals for the new fiscal year are also on the agenda.

Following the public session, governors will meet in executive session to discuss real estate and collective bargaining, among other things.