A fast ferries vessel such as one that is illustrated above will serve commuters when sailings begin from the Southworth ferry dock to the downtown Seattle waterfront. (Kitsap Transit illustration)

A fast ferries vessel such as one that is illustrated above will serve commuters when sailings begin from the Southworth ferry dock to the downtown Seattle waterfront. (Kitsap Transit illustration)

Southworth fast ferry service update at meeting

The community meeting is Oct. 26 at Harper Church in Port Orchard

PORT ORCHARD — More details are expected to be disclosed by Executive Director John Clauson about Kitsap Transit’s plans for future Southworth fast ferry service at a community meeting on Saturday, Oct. 26, at Harper Church in Port Orchard.

The community meeting will take place between 9:30 to 11 a.m. at the church, 10384 SE Sedgwick Rd.

Clauson will answer questions from attendees, according to Kitsap Transit, and will invite the community to take a new online survey that they say will help planners understand customer needs.

Organizers ask that those planning to attend to RSVP at 360-373-2877.

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