Crews work on the new steel and concrete dock on the north side of Colman Dock in this June photo. (Photo courtesy of Washington State Ferries)

Crews work on the new steel and concrete dock on the north side of Colman Dock in this June photo. (Photo courtesy of Washington State Ferries)

TRAVEL ADVISORY | Random alarms for Seattle ferry terminal

  • Tuesday, July 23, 2019 6:30am
  • News

Washington State Ferries is advising travelers who use Colman Dock to expect random fire alarm tests in the new terminal building Friday this week.

The alarms are part of continuing construction at the terminal. WSF said people in the terminal may hear ringing bells and see strobe lights as part of the tests.

WSF is reminding ferry users the move-out of the existing terminal building and into the new building may happen as soon as mid-August.

For more information, go to www.bit.ly/ColmanDock.

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