Two-boat schedule on the north end is leading to long ferry lines

Washington State Ferries is operating two boats on the north-end triangle route today, which is normally served by three boats. As a result, some commuters report, the lines for the boat on Vashon are long.

The Sealth is currently out of service due to mechanical issues. The two-boat schedule is available online.

Meanwhile, on the south end, the 34 car Hiyu replaces the 64-car Chetzemoka today. Updates will be posted as on WSF's website they become available.

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