A few more details on Elliott Bay Water Taxi’s April 5th kickoff

March 19, 2009 at 11:15 am | In Elliott Bay Water Taxi, Transportation, West Seattle news | 3 Comments

A month after first word that the Elliott Bay Water Taxi‘s new season will start April 5th (WSB coverage here), a few more Day 1 details just arrived – along with a coupon – so watch your mailbox. As has become traditional on the season’s first day, you’ll be able to ride the Water Taxi free all day on April 5; the kickoff festivities will happen at Seacrest from noon-2 pm. And for use after Day 1, clip the coupon that’s part of a postal-mailed postcard sent by King County Council Chair Dow Constantine (ours just arrived).

3 Comments

  1. Great news about the earlier date, but can I still use my
    bus pass since the water taxi is now run by the ferrie system.

    Thanks

    Comment by jose rivera — 6:32 pm March 19, 2009 #

  2. Water taxi fares are the same this year as last and you can still use your bus pass to ride. :)
    http://metro.kingcounty.gov/tops/water-taxi/kcwt.html#wtfares

    Comment by austin — 9:21 am March 20, 2009 #

  3. Yeah! I love to take my kids on the Water Taxi-what a great way to get to the Seattle Aquarium.

    Comment by Sarah Mackay — 5:01 pm March 20, 2009 #

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