This project relocated the tollbooths to a side-by-side configuration to allow faster, more efficient processing of vehicles and improved on-time performance.
Reducing backups on SR 20 will reduce rear-end collisions for drivers waiting to board the ferry as well as drivers passing by the terminal.
Ticket agents are now able to process 42 more vehicles per hour (171 total). The new tollbooth configuration will reduce backups on SR 20 leading to the terminal and provides the flexibility for separate lines for reservation holders and stand-by passengers.
Partnerships & Cooperation
Contractor Stouder Construction completed this work.
Budget: $1.2 million
WSDOT Construction Project Engineer John Callahan
WSF Communications Manager Joy Goldenberg
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