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Sailings will operate out of a single slip as construction moves forward on Seattle ferry terminal
System will provide ferry captains more accurate and updated information regarding orca locations
But maintenance schedule disruption coming
Edmonds and Kingston terminals among those expected to see the longest wait times
Unplanned vessel maintenance to an M/V Tacoma propeller forced a series of boat moves
Fares will go up 2.5 percent for vehicles and 2 percent for passengers starting October 1.
Sailings connect Southworth, Vashon and Fauntleroy terminals
WSF seeking public input and hopes to implement a new sailing schedule this spring.
WSF Southworth terminal toll booth employee honored by family, friends and fellow employees.
Last month, we went over WSF’s plan to replace our aging boats with a standard-design boat that can work anywhere in the system. These are… Continue reading
Meetings have been set for six sites this month and in May.
Two funding accounts have been established for Katie Phillips’ family.
Will serve passengers on the Mukilteo/Clinton route later this year
With two jumbo ferries plying the waters between Edmonds and Kingston daily, year-round, on a regular timetable, it’s startling to think back 50 years. Half… Continue reading
Ahh, summer in Kitsap. Sunshine, beaches, special events, and vehicles in the ferry holding lane from downtown Kingston to Barber Cut Off Road and beyond.… Continue reading
“Nap Tyme” was aptly named as she cruised through Dalco Passage (Tacoma Narrows) on auto pilot with her skipper down below. Like the “Little Engine… Continue reading
SEATTLE — Washington State Ferries is seeking volunteers to be part of the Triangle Improvement Task Force, a citizen advisory group that will be charged… Continue reading