A ride on a Washington state ferry is going to cost a little more this fall. A little more next fall, too.
And it won’t matter if you board in a car, on a bike or by walking.
On Aug. 10, the state Transportation Commission approved fare increases for each of the next two years to cover ongoing operating costs of the public ferry system.
Fares for vehicles and walk-ons will rise 2.5% on Oct. 1 and another 2.5% on Oct. 1, 2022, under the proposal adopted unanimously by the commission’s seven citizen members. The capital surcharge will remain at 50 cents.
If you are traveling on the
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