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Ferry Terminal Joint-Development Opportunties Study - Photos

Aerial photo of Bainbridge Island ferry terminal

Deficiencies at the Bainbridge Island Terminal

The majority of the terminals serving the central Puget Sound were built in the 1950’s and 1960’s, long before seismic, electrical, and other building codes were adopted. Additionally, the terminal facilities were built to address a now outdated profile of ferry customers’ accessibility and mobility needs. For example, many passenger loading structures are often undersized, nonexistent, or in need of system upgrades.