Kitsap Transit to operate on holiday service schedule Monday, May 27

Kitsap Transit announced it will be operating on a holiday service schedule Monday, May 27.

  • Routed buses will operate limited holiday service schedules on Monday, May 27. Bainbridge Island routes 91-106 will not operate.
  • The Port Orchard Foot Ferry will operate on a limited schedule. The Annapolis Foot Ferry will not operate. Parking fees will not be collected at the Annapolis parking lot.
  • Kitsap Fast Ferries will operate on regular schedule. Routes 1,2,302,307, and the Kingston Ride Fast Ferry Commuter will also operate on regular schedules.
  • BI ride, Kingston Ride and SK Ride will operate from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • The Purdy Connection route will not operate.
  • There will be no Worker/Driver service. Some van pools may not operate; call van pool drivers for information.
  • Kitsap Transit’s Customer Service Office and call center will be open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Administration Office will be closed.

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