Update: Fauntleroy ferry route back to three boats

(Refresh for newest image from WSDOT’s camera @ Fauntleroy ferry dock, a fixture on the WSB Traffic page)
ORIGINAL REPORT, 9:16 AM: On a busy pre-holiday weekend, this might have even more impact than it would otherwise, so please note that Washington State Ferries just announced that the Fauntleroy-Vashon-Southworth route is down to two boats because the Sealth needs repairs. No estimate yet for how long that’ll take. P.S. If you’re at or near the terminal, a reminder that, as noted in our daily preview, the organization CoolMom is distributing information there later today about reducing emissions by keeping vehicle engines off while waiting.

5:49 PM UPDATE: The run is back to 3 boats as of late this afternoon.

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3 Replies to "Update: Fauntleroy ferry route back to three boats"

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    w November 17, 2012 (5:23 pm)

    WSDOT website says Sealth is fixed already?

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      WSB November 17, 2012 (5:48 pm)

      Yup, I just saw the alert on that and came to this story to update it.

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    pigeonmom November 17, 2012 (6:17 pm)

    The boats are breaking down, wsf is cutting dock workers hours, boat crew hours but they are hiring more managers. Why don’t you report that, Susannah Frame??????

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