As crews continue to build King County Water Taxi’s future home, Executive Dow Constantine, Gov. Jay Inslee and other transportation leaders took time last week to celebrate the progress of the Seattle Multimodal Terminal at Colman Dock Project.
The Executive was one of the keynote speakers at a celebration inside Colman Dock, the state’s busiest terminal, which overlooks the site of the Water Taxi’s future Passenger Only Ferry (POF) facility.
Executive Constantine – who has long made improving mobility throughout the region one of his priorities – spoke about the Water Taxi’s role in getting people out of their cars and out of gridlock.
“When we talk about transit, we mean everything: buses and trains and light rail and van pools and water taxis,” he said. “Our new passenger-only ferry terminal here at Pier 50 represents a big step in improving the experience of the ever-increasing number of riders crossing the Puget Sound.”
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