All options on the table as city looks to fix Fauntleroy ferry dock

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Should the state move or even eliminate the ferry dock at Fauntleroy in West Seattle? All options are on the table as the ferry system plans to fix the dock and eliminate all the neighborhood congestion.

Are passenger-only ferries the key to solving our congestion?

The Fauntleroy Dock was built in the 1950s, and it really should have been replaced years ago. It’s a vital link to Vashon Island and Southworth. It’s the fourth busiest route in the system, serving more than three million vehicles a year, pre-COVID.

There are both structural and operational issues with the Fauntleroy Dock. Dave

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