FAUNTLEROY FERRY-DOCK PROJECT: Community Advisory Group to reconvene

Three months after the last meeting of the Community Advisory Group for Washington State Ferries‘ Fauntleroy terminal-replacement project, the next one is scheduled. If you’re interested in the project, set your calendar for 6 pm Wednesday, September 21st. The meeting will be online, and you can register to attend by going here. The project is still at least three years away from construction, and many decisions remain to be made. At the May meeting, WSF said it had ruled out building the new terminal/dock at a different location, so that’s settled. Here are the basic options they’re studying:

If you need to catch up on other points of discussion, here’s our coverage of an online community meeting held in June.

6 Replies to "FAUNTLEROY FERRY-DOCK PROJECT: Community Advisory Group to reconvene"

  • Fauntleroy Fairies August 10, 2022 (9:11 pm)

    Maybe I missed it— but did the WSB share the recent summary of the Phase I report? Believe Council-member Herbold shared on Friday https://wsdot.wa.gov/sites/default/files/2022-08/WSF-Fauntleroy-Terminal-Community-Outreach-Summary-Summer-2022.pdf

    • WSB August 10, 2022 (9:23 pm)

      I didn’t find anything notable in it – another glossy summary of the type all transportation agencies put in their slide decks, “we had x meetings, x social-media posts, etc.” – so, no.

      • Fauntleroy Fairies August 11, 2022 (6:40 am)

        Yes you’re right— but was interesting to read all the comments received.

        • WSB August 11, 2022 (12:06 pm)

          Just got the full version from WSF, which apparently hadn’t published it to the website, so your link was just a five-page topliner. Adding the full comment doc above; thanks.

  • David McCoy August 12, 2022 (7:06 pm)

    Proposal c with two slips for Vashon Island  and Southworth  and three boats thank you 

    • D-Mom August 16, 2022 (11:45 am)

      Assuming you live in Vashon?  Expansion would hurt the West Seattle side. That area is more than just about commuters. 

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