Plan for reduced capacity on Mukilteo/Clinton and Fauntleroy/Vashon/Southworth routes

by WSDOT 13th May 2016

 

Starting Monday, May 16 and continuing through Sunday, June 11, plan for 24 fewer vehicle spaces on approximately half of all sailings on the Mukilteo/Clinton route. The temporary downsizing is needed while 144-car Tokitae normally assigned to the route is out of service for scheduled warranty work. In addition, approximately one-third of all sailings on the Fauntleroy/ Vashon/Southworth route will be reduced by 37 vehicle spaces through June 19 while the 87-car Tillikum stands in for the 124-car Issaquah, also out of service for scheduled maintenance and US Coast Guard inspection. 

 

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Memorial Day weekend travel is coming up! If you're planning to travel on Anacortes/ San Juan Islands, Anacortes/Sidney BC or Port Townsend/ Coupeville routes be sure to plan accordingly and make your reservation. Most sailings are still available!

Posted by WhidbeyLocal
Friday, 13th May 2016, 11:57pm.
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