- Associated Press - Monday, October 24, 2016

SEATTLE (AP) - State ferry officials are launching a week-long “listening tour” to try to improve long waits for vessels.

KING5 reports ( https://kng5.tv/2dDERXf )the focus is on the triangle route of Vashon, Fauntleroy, and Southworth where it was a tough summer for riders who often endured two-hour wait times. Long lines in West Seattle spanned all the way back to California Avenue on some days, which is more than a mile away.

During listening sessions, WSDOT Assistant Secretary Lynne Griffith and other Ferries officials will be on hand to hear each community’s concerns and priorities.


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