This is a onceptual design of the future Seattle Multimodal Terminal at Colman Dock Project, which includes a new passenger-only terminal for riders of King County Water Taxi and Kitsap Fast Ferry service. Photo courtesy of Washington State Ferries.

No Water Taxi service during dock construction in early August; Riders encouraged to consider travel options, attend open house June 21

Riders of the King County Water Taxi will need to make other transportation plans for up to 10 days starting in early August. Both routes of the popular foot and bike ferry service will be suspended while their crews move the Water Taxi’s float on the Seattle waterfront from the south end of Colman dock…

King County Watr Taxi's schedule affected by Memorial Day holiday.

Water Taxi schedule changes for Memorial Day holiday

This weekend, King County Water Taxi will join the rest of the country in remembering the brave people who died while serving in our armed forces. In observance of Memorial Day, the Vashon Island route of the King County Water Taxi will not be in service Monday, May 29. Also that day, the West Seattle…

The MV Sally Fox awaits passengers at Pier 50 with the Seattle skyline in the background.

May Day: Expect major transit service disruptions Monday, May 1

(Originally posted on the Metro Matters blog) Transit riders should prepare for significant traffic delays and rerouted buses in downtown Seattle on Monday, May 1, especially during the afternoon and evening commute, as dozens of Metro and Sound Transit routes will be temporarily rerouted or intermittently delayed during May Day events. Seattle First Hill and…

Spring/summer schedule starts April 10

The weather may not yet feel like spring, but the King County Water Taxi is ready to launch its spring/summer sailing schedule on Monday, April 10. Sailings will go to seven days a week from Pier 50 downtown to West Seattle under the annual change. That means more options for weekend traveling to downtown, whether to visit…