WSF seeking Southworth ferry route task-force members

SEATTLE — Washington State Ferries is seeking volunteers to be part of the Triangle Improvement Task Force, a citizen advisory group that will be charged with reviewing the Fauntleroy-Vashon-Southworth ferry route — also known as the “triangle route.”

The task force also will be recommending “quick wins” to improve service by summer 2017, and recommend long-term solutions.

The task force will begin meeting in January. It will consist of nine volunteers, three each from the Fauntleroy, Vashon and Southworth communities. For more information on the process and to apply to be a task force member, visit www.surveymonkey.com/r/7PWMCRD.

Applications for volunteers are due Dec. 27.

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