Water Taxi temporary service reduction beginning Monday Nov. 28

Service on the King County Water Taxi West Seattle and Vashon routes will be temporarily reduced beginning Monday, Nov. 28, due to mechanical damage to our boats’ propellers caused by submerged debris in the water. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your patience. The repairs may take several days.

As soon as a shipyard has the availability to perform repairs, we will return to regular service. We will share schedule updates as the boats are repaired.

West Seattle service will be reduced by two runs in the morning and evening. Midday service will continue to operate to and from West Seattle.

One run will operate in the morning and evening to and from Vashon.

From Pier 50From West Seattle to DowntownFrom Vashon to Downtown
5:30 am to Vashon6:10 am
6:30 am to West Seattle6:50 am
7:05 am to West Seattle7:25 am
7:40 am to Vashon8:15 am
4:30 pm to Vashon4:58 pm
5:25 pm to West Seattle5:45 pm
6:05 pm to West Seattle6:25 pm
6:30 pm to Vashon6:58 pm

Water Taxi riders can also use one or more of the following options Nov. 27:

Buses

  • King County Metro RapidRide C Line and routes 21 and 120 connect West Seattle to downtown Seattle – close to the Pier 50 passenger-only facility located at Alaskan Way and Columbia Street. RapidRide C Line also connects riders to the Washington State Ferry Fauntleroy Terminal which serves Vashon Island.
  • Metro Route 128 connects the Admiral District, Morgan Junction, High Point, Delridge, South Seattle College and White Center areas.

Link light rail

  • Metro Route 50 connects West Seattle – including North Delridge, the Alaska Junction, the Admiral District and Alki Beach – to Link light rail at SODO.

Information

Visit Metro’s online regional Puget Sound Trip Planner or call the Customer Information Office on weekdays at 206-553-3000 to plan transit trips. Text your stop ID to 62550 for the next scheduled departure time at your stop.

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