Fast Ferry service to operate on normal schedule July 22–27

Construction has been delayed at the Seattle passenger-only ferry dock

  • Wednesday, July 17, 2019 10:23am
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Kitsap Transit announced Tuesday that the Fast Ferry service will be operating on a normal schedule July 22–27 due to construction delays on the passenger-only ferry dock in Seattle.

Originally, Kitsap Transit Fast Ferry routes were not going to run July 22–27 because of construction occurring at the Seattle passenger-only ferry dock.

Routes 302, 307 and Kingston Fast Ferry commuter services will operate on a normal schedule July 22–27 as well.

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