Last, but not least, please follow all instructions from WSF staff and signs, and be patient while employees and other customers learn the new procedures. For more information about the new procedure, please visit FVS Improvement. Starting Monday morning, July 3, the construction work zone to replace the aging and seismically vulnerable Colman Dock terminal will expand onto the trestle, reducing holding area capacity.
Also, between July 3 and July 5, the southern exit lanes at Yesler Way will be realigned to accommodate the new work zone.
Yet few congregations seem to recognize their bulletin's significance and, as a result, put little effort into its preparation.
A careful look at the many ways in which bulletins are used and reused may change that attitude. Isn't it obvious that bulletins deserve more care and consideration than most of us have been giving them?
Customers using the ADA/limited mobility pick-up and drop-off area at the Clinton terminal must enter through the tollbooth instead of the transit bus lanes.
Drivers may now enter Colman Dock from northbound Alaskan Way under the viaduct or via westbound Madison St.
Vanpools, motorcycles and trucks may continue to enter the dock from Yesler Way.
Starting June 27, the area in front of Colman Dock between Madison St.
and Yesler Way will be used as vehicle lanes for tollbooth access and ferry queuing.