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[Last Updated: Thursday, October 22, 2020 04:44 AM]
Sea/Brem - Two-boat Seattle/Bremerton service returns Oct. 25
Starting Sunday, Oct. 25, WSF will restore daily two-boat service on our Seattle/Bremerton route. The final roundtrip of each sailing day remains suspended until further notice. This route has been operating without one of its normal two vessels since March 29 due to the pandemic. Schedule changes are currently dictated by our COVID Response Service Plan. Since late August, we have been incrementally restoring service as outlined in the plan, with a focus on demand and the availability of U.S. Coast Guard licensed crew.
[Last Updated: Wednesday, October 21, 2020 04:02 PM]
Last Chance to Take Online Survey and Share Your Ferry Feedback
Customers have less than a week to participate in the current Ferry Riders Opinion Group survey to share your thoughts on all things ferry-related. The last day to take the Washington State Transportation Commission hosted survey will be Monday, Oct. 26.
You can participate by either signing up to join the survey panel to ensure you’re included in this and all future surveys, or you can just participate in the current survey that is available online without signing up to receive future surveys. Thank you in advance for taking the time to share your feedback and suggestions.
[Last Updated: Wednesday, October 21, 2020 03:22 PM]
WSF Website Gets Makeover
Customers will notice that our website has a new look. Not only does it look better, but it is now easier to navigate. Check out the changes at www.wsdotferries.com.
If you have questions or need help finding information on the website, please contact our customer call center by phone at 206-464-6400. You can also reach us by email as well.
[Last Updated: Wednesday, October 21, 2020 11:08 AM]
Share Your Ferry Feedback Through Online Survey
Customers are encouraged to participate in the current Ferry Riders Opinion Group survey to share your thoughts on all things WSF. The survey is hosted by the Washington State Transportation Commission and helps us hear feedback and suggestions directly from you.
You can participate by either signing up to join the survey panel to ensure you’re included in this and all future surveys, or you can just participate in the current survey that is available online without signing up to receive future surveys. It will be available through Oct. 26. We look forward to hearing from you!!
[Last Updated: Wednesday, October 21, 2020 11:00 AM]
Sea/Brem/BI - Vehicle and Bike Traffic Must Exit Colman Dock Via Yesler Way
Customers traveling through Colman Dock should plan for possible offloading delays during peak travel times starting Monday, Oct. 5. Construction crews will close the Marion Street exit at the Seattle terminal to vehicle and bicycle traffic.
Everyone biking and driving off a ferry arriving from Bainbridge or Bremerton will need to exit at Yesler Way through late summer 2021. This closure will not affect walk-on passengers.
Thank you for your patience as we continue working to rebuild Colman Dock.
[Last Updated: Wednesday, October 21, 2020 10:55 AM]
Sea/BI - Upper Parking Lot at Bainbridge Closed for Paving Work, 9/21 - 10/30
Reminder: Starting Sept. 21, the Bainbridge Island Ferry Terminal's upper parking lot will be closed to commuter parking for asphalt work and repaving. ADA parking, passenger pick up/drop off and employee parking will be available for the duration of the project. The work will be performed during the day and is expected to last through October 30.
[Last Updated: Tuesday, October 20, 2020 10:18 AM]
Customers Advised to Limit Non-Essential Travel/Statewide Mask Requirement
As a reminder, the Governor’s Safe Start Plan is in effect. Customers are advised to limit travel on ferries to essential purposes only, and to observe physical distancing. On some sailings, the number of walk-on passengers may be restricted so that riders can maintain physical distance.
Customers traveling by vehicle are encouraged to remain in their vehicles for the duration of their trip, while those in the cabin should practice safe physical distancing, wash your hands and avoid traveling if you feel ill.
Passengers are also asked to comply with the Governor’s statewide order requiring that face masks and coverings be worn in public to limit the spread of COVID-19. The requirement includes both indoor and outdoor spaces.
Thank you for helping us do our part to keep our community healthy....
[Last Updated: Wednesday, October 21, 2020 11:56 AM]