Want to stay up-to-date on the latest information on King County Water Taxi’s future terminal project? Today, we launched a new page on our website that’s dedicated to our future Seattle terminal, which will include construction updates we’ll post along the way so riders are in-the-know.
This summer, we’ll begin rebuilding our passenger-only terminal on Pier 50 as part of a larger project by the state to renovate Colman Dock. When it’s finished in fall 2018, our new passenger waiting area will be sheltered from the weather and connected to the Washington State Ferries terminal building by a pedestrian bridge.
On this new page, you’ll find a boatload of the latest information about our efforts, including:
- Our temporary move to the north side of Colman Dock so our new terminal can be built
- The suspension of Water Taxi service for up to 10 days in early August that will allow for the temporary move (as well as alternate options to consider to reach your destination). When we get a better picture of the dates for this interruption, we will post them on the new page.
- The ability to sign up for rider alerts that go directly to your email inbox or personal device
- Coming soon: Photos from our terminal project that will be updated regularly during construction
It’s going to be busy couple of years for all of us. Visit our website, sign up for alerts and get ready for an exciting ride. The destination is http://kingcounty.gov/Watertaxi.