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Ferry from edmonds to kingston cost

The Seattle terminal and ferry dock is currently under major construction until 2023, and could affect your travel plans. Find out more about the temporary sailing schedule and ways to plan ahead. The passenger terminal is much smaller, and the entrance for drive-on customers is located south of the main dock. Temporary schedule for two weeks: All trips between the Seattle terminal, Bainbridge Island, and Bremerton will follow a temporary sailing schedule beginning on Saturday, Jan. Park and Ride lots are available at the Albertsons with Kitsap Transit making bus connections. In addition to the park-n-ride lot at the Albertson's store on Hansville Road, there is pay parking in Kingston. Contact Diamond Parking at (206) 729-0590 for parking information. Multi-ride cards are good for 90 days from the date of purchase and are non-refundable. Pre-purchasing Wave2Go tickets does not guarantee a space on the vessel. Kingston commuter parking lot is operated by Diamond Parking available at 1st and Ohio St. Parking fees for Diamond Parking in Kingston are: We offer seniors (65 ), persons with disabilities and passengers with a Medicare card, or other eligibility verification, travel at half the regular passenger fare rate. The "tally" or boarding pass system means that vehicles in line receive a slip of paper from the WSP to show that they have not cut in line. If you arrive at the ticket booth without a boarding pass, you have to go to the end of the line. Boarding passes are used on Sunday afternoons and are distributed by WSP at Lindvog Rd. This program was started at the request of the community leaders in order to help reduce the traffic congestion in the downtown corridor. Distribution of boarding passes begin at various times on Sunday and is based on traffic volume. Prior to distribution, signs are placed in various locations along the highway with a trooper stationed at the Lindvog - SR104 intersection. Vehicles arriving at a tollbooth without a tally slip will be sent back to Lindvog and the end of the line. Lost and found items on this route are turned in to the Edmonds ferry terminal. Due to storage limitations, found items are held for 10 days from the date they were found. Our Information Agents can assist you with lost and found inquiries from am to pm (daily) at (206) 464-6400 or 1-888-808-7977. The Seattle terminal and ferry dock is currently under major construction until 2023, and could affect your travel plans. Find out more about the temporary sailing schedule and ways to plan ahead. The passenger terminal is much smaller, and the entrance for drive-on customers is located south of the main dock. Temporary schedule for two weeks: All trips between the Seattle terminal, Bainbridge Island, and Bremerton will follow a temporary sailing schedule beginning on Saturday, Jan. Park and Ride lots are available at the Albertsons with Kitsap Transit making bus connections. In addition to the park-n-ride lot at the Albertson's store on Hansville Road, there is pay parking in Kingston. Contact Diamond Parking at (206) 729-0590 for parking information. Multi-ride cards are good for 90 days from the date of purchase and are non-refundable. Pre-purchasing Wave2Go tickets does not guarantee a space on the vessel. Kingston commuter parking lot is operated by Diamond Parking available at 1st and Ohio St. Parking fees for Diamond Parking in Kingston are: We offer seniors (65 ), persons with disabilities and passengers with a Medicare card, or other eligibility verification, travel at half the regular passenger fare rate. The "tally" or boarding pass system means that vehicles in line receive a slip of paper from the WSP to show that they have not cut in line. If you arrive at the ticket booth without a boarding pass, you have to go to the end of the line. Boarding passes are used on Sunday afternoons and are distributed by WSP at Lindvog Rd. This program was started at the request of the community leaders in order to help reduce the traffic congestion in the downtown corridor. Distribution of boarding passes begin at various times on Sunday and is based on traffic volume. Prior to distribution, signs are placed in various locations along the highway with a trooper stationed at the Lindvog - SR104 intersection. Vehicles arriving at a tollbooth without a tally slip will be sent back to Lindvog and the end of the line. Lost and found items on this route are turned in to the Edmonds ferry terminal. Due to storage limitations, found items are held for 10 days from the date they were found. Our Information Agents can assist you with lost and found inquiries from am to pm (daily) at (206) 464-6400 or 1-888-808-7977.

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