WSF says thanks to riders during Colman Dock project

  • Wednesday, October 2, 2019 10:52am
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Washington State Ferries is throwing an appreciation event for its Seattle riders on the Bainbridge and Bremerton sailings Thursday, Oct. 3.

The event is meant as a thank-you to ferry customers for their patience during the recent Colman Dock construction changes.

On the 4:15 p.m. Seattle-to-Bremerton and 4:45 p.m. Seattle-to-Bainbridge sailings, walk-on passengers have the option to pick up a voucher for a free refreshment from the vessel’s galley, courtesy of the Colman Dock Project contractor Hoffman-Pacific.

Colman Dock project staff will also be available to listen to feedback and answer questions about recent access changes and upcoming construction activities.

More information on recent walk-on access changes and upcoming construction can be found at http://bit.ly/ColmanWalkOnChanges.

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