Ferries - Mukilteo Multimodal Terminal - Construction photos
The Mukilteo/Clinton ferry route is our busiest route for vehicle traffic and has the third highest annual ridership, with more than 4 million riders in 2017. The route is part of State Route 525, the major transportation corridor connecting Whidbey Island to the Seattle-Everett metropolitan areas.

The Mukilteo Multimodal Project relocates the Mukilteo ferry terminal one-third of a mile east of the existing terminal. The project includes a new passenger and maintenance building, a supervisor’s building, transit center and four new toll booths. Its location near the Sounder commuter rail station improves transit connections.

Components of the existing facility are aging and do not meet current seismic standards. The current terminal layout makes it difficult for passengers to get in and out of the terminal and contributes to traffic congestion, safety concerns and conflicts between vehicle and pedestrian traffic. The new terminal will improve operations, multimodal connections, and safety.

Construction began in fall 2017 and is expected to be complete in late 2019.
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