Last call for your thoughts on Fauntleroy-Vashon-Southworth ferry schedule proposal

(WSB photo from August)

Six days after a standing-room-only turnout in Fauntleroy, it’s your last day to comment on the newest proposal for a major change in the Washington State Ferries schedule for the so-called Triangle Route. Here again is the proposal:

Comments can be e-mailed by tonight – Ferries management has the final say, and plans to put a new schedule in place in March.

P.S. Though it’s not about the schedule, the much-anticipated UW study about improving loading at Fauntleroy is now out – you can read about it here.

4 Replies to "Last call for your thoughts on Fauntleroy-Vashon-Southworth ferry schedule proposal"

  • Rick December 18, 2018 (12:24 pm)

    Build the bridge already!

  • Rick December 18, 2018 (12:48 pm)

    If the Olalla bridge is built Vashon can get water and sewer which equates to growth,more $$$ for the county,business increase, more $$$ again, the ferry would be a two stop,traffic on this side would flow but we got some kind of sacred cow thing going on here. Oh, and my house on Long Lake would go waaay up in value! The way we piss money away here, why is this a problem? 12 mil for an “upgrade” on a bike lane? Really

  • 1994 December 18, 2018 (8:27 pm)

    Reroute to Terminal 5 around the other side of West Seattle.

    • WSgirl December 19, 2018 (11:10 am)

      Right?  Massive amounts of parking available and frees up the West Seattle bridge.  

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