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Clinton Terminal and Cameras
Directions and Transportation Connections
64 South Ferrydock Road
Clinton. WA 98236
- Highway 20 on Whidbey Island turns into Highway 525 S which leads directly to the Clinton terminal.
Island Transit provides free service on Whidbey Island, for information on connections between the Park-n-Ride lot and the ferry terminal check Island Transit
While motorcycles are not, by Washington Administrative Code (WAC 468-300-700), a preferential loading category of users, they are often loaded prior to automobiles for operational and staging purposes. Arrival at the dock after vehicle load has commenced requires motorcycles to wait until all cars have been loaded for the next motorcycle loading opportunity. Motorcycles should proceed, while on the dock, at no more than 10 mph. Use caution when car decks are wet. The following information details specific staging for this terminal:
Motorcycle Fare Purchase/Redemption
Purchase tickets at the auto tollbooths, at the kiosk inside the terminal waiting room, or online in advance.
Redeem at auto tollbooth.
Motorcycles may bypass the ferry holding lane (right lane) by using the “local traffic lane” (left lane) coming down the hill approaching the traffic light. Once past the light in front of the tollbooths, queue after last vehicle for
entry to staging area. Travel down bus lane and stage in front of vehicle holding.
Loading order: bicycles, motorcycles, vehicles, late arriving motorcycles as space permits.
Once vehicle loading begins, motorcycles proceed to the diamond lane (far right lane) and wait for boarding until vehicle load concludes.
Motorcycle Special Communication
During special occasion events when there is a high volume of motorcycle traffic, bypass traffic line if special lanes are designated for staging on the dock.
For group events, it is recommended that customers contact Customer Service in advance for possible special accommodation at the dock.
WSF requires trucks with a gross vehicle weight of over 80,000 lbs and/or over 8’6” wide to have “travel approval” before crossing any of our routes. Vessels on this route have a limited height clearance and trucks may be loaded out of sequence.
Trucks that have a gross vehicle weight of over 80,000 lbs but are hauling less than 80,000 lbs will need to provide a weight slip.
Please fill out our Oversized/Overweight Vehicle Travel Request Form by downloading a .pdf version of the form and fax it to us at (206) 515-3846. Please allow three business days for completion and approval. You can contact us at anytime for status updates at (206) 464-6400 (Seattle).Source: www.wsdot.wa.gov