Kitsap Transit announces Holiday Service schedule for Labor Day

Kitsap Transit announces Holiday Service schedule for Labor Day

Labor Day is Monday, September 2

Kitsap Transit will be operating on Holiday Service for Labor Day Monday, Sept. 2.

Routed buses will operate limited holiday service schedules. Bainbridge Island routes 91 through 106 will not operate on this day. Refer to route schedules for availability and times of service or look for routes online at kitsaptransit.com/holiday-schedule.

The Port Orchard Ferry will operate on a limited schedule and the Annapolis Foot Ferry will not operate. Parking fees will not be collected at the Annapolis parking lot due to the ferry not operating.

Kitsap Fast Ferries will operate a regular schedule. Routes 202, 301 and 307 will operate on a limited holiday schedule and route 302 will operate a regular schedule.

Bainbridge Island Ride, Kingston Ride, and South Kitsap Ride will operate from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Purdy Connection route will not operate. Call customer service at 1-800-422-2877 to find out details on their service.

There will be no Worker/Driver service. Some vanpools may not operate. Call your vanpool driver for information. Kitsap Transit’s Customer Service Office and call center will be open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and the Administration Office will be closed. Call 1-800-501-7433 with any questions prior to the holiday.

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