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Oversize vehicle ferry tolls.

EFFECTIVE 03:00 A.M. October 1, 2017
Oversize Vehicle Ferry Tolls1
Overall Unit Length - Including Driver
ROUTES
22' To
Under 30'
Under 7'2"
High5
22' To
Under 30'
Over 7'2"
High5
30' To
Under 40'5
40' To Under 50'5
50' To
Under 60'5
60' To under 70'5
70' To and include 80'5
Cost Per
Ft. Over
80' @
Fauntleroy-Southworth
Port Townsend/Coupeville
17.70
35.15
46.75
58.40
70.00
81.65
93.25
1.15
Seattle-Bainbridge Island
Seattle/Bremerton
Edmonds-Kingston
22.90
45.55
60.65
75.75
90.85
105.95
121.05
1.50
*Fauntleroy-Vashon
*Southworth-Vashon
*Pt. Defiance-Tahlequah
29.25
58.25
77.55
96.90
116.20
135.55
154.85
1.95
Mukilteo-Clinton
13.65
27.00
35.90
44.80
53.70
62.60
71.50
0.90
*Anacortes to Lopez2
52.35
104.45
139.15
173.90
208.65
243.35
278.10
3.50
*Anacortes to Shaw, Orcas2
62.80
125.30
166.95
208.65
250.30
292.00
333.65
4.15
*Anacortes to Friday Harbor
74.55
148.85
198.35
247.90
297.40
346.95
396.45
4.95
Between Lopez, Shaw, Orcas and Friday Harbor3
35.15
70.00
93.25
116.50
139.75
163.05
186.30
N/A
International Travel
Anacortes to Sidney to all destinations
85.45
85.45
113.90
142.30
170.70
199.10
227.50
2.85
Lopez, Shaw, Orcas and Friday Harbor to Sidney
53.05
53.05
70.60
88.20
105.80
123.40
140.95
1.75
Lopez, Shaw, Orcas and Friday Harbor to Sidney (round trip)4
105.85
105.85
140.95
176.15
211.35
246.55
281.65
3.50
1OVERSIZE VEHICLES - Includes all vehicles 22 feet in length and longer regardless of type: Commercial trucks, recreational vehicles, vehicles under 22' pulling trailers, etc. Length shall include vehicle and load to its furthest extension. Overheight charge is included in oversize vehicle toll. Vehicles wider than 8'6" pay double the fare applicable to their length. Private and commercial passenger buses or other passenger vehicles pay the applicable oversize vehicle tolls. Public transit buses and drivers shall travel free upon display of an annual permit which may be purchased for $10. Upon presentation by either the driver or passenger of a WSF Disability Travel Permit, Regional Reduced Fare Permit, or other identification which establishes disability, vehicles 22-30 feet in length and over 7'2" in height shall be charged the 22-30 foot length and under 7'2" in height fare for vehicles equipped with wheelchair lift or other feature designed to accommodate the person with the disability.
2TRANSFERS - Tolls collected westbound only. Oversize vehicles traveling westbound from Anacortes may purchase a single intermediate transfer when first purchasing the appropriate fare. The transfer is valid for a 24-hour period and is priced as follows: $64.40 base season, $86.80 peak season.
3INTER-ISLAND - Tolls collected westbound only. Vehicles traveling between islands may request a single transfer ticket good for one transfer at an intermediate island. The transfer may only be obtained when purchasing the appropriate vehicle fare for inter-island travel (westbound at Lopez, Shaw, or Orcas) and is free of charge. Transfers shall be valid for 24 hours from time of purchase.
4ROUND TRIP - Round trip passage for international travel available for trips beginning or ending on one of the islands served.
5CAPITAL SURCHARGE - There is an included $0.25 capital surcharge on each single vehicle/driver fare collected.
BULK NEWSPAPERS - Per 100 lbs. $2.85 (Shipments exceeding 60,000 lbs. in any month shall be assessed $1.42 per 100 lbs.). Daily newspapers, in bundles, to be received and delivered without receipt and subject to owner's risk, will be transported between ferry terminals on regular scheduled sailings.
VEHICLE RESERVATION DEPOSIT - Nonrefundable deposits for advanced reservations may be established at a level of from 25 to 100 percent of the applicable fare. This is a deposit toward the fare and not an additional fee, and applies only to those routes where the legislature has approved the use of a reservation system. Where it is operationally necessary (routes where vehicle fares are collected in only one direction or to increase operational efficiency at the terminal) a reservation no-show fee may be used in lieu of a deposit. The no-show fee will be limited to 25 to 100 percent of the equivalent one-way fare and will be charged if the customer does not travel within the same business day as their reserved sailing. Refunds may be available under certain special circumstances.
PEAK SEASON SURCHARGE - A peak season surcharge shall apply to all oversize vehicles from May 1 through September 30. The oversize fare shall be determined based on the peak-season car-and-driver fare and the analogous oversize vehicle fare, calculated with the same factor as the oversize base seasons fares are to the base season under 20 foot fare. The senior citizen discount shall apply to the driver of an oversize vehicle. The resulting fare is rounded up to the next $0.05 if required.
SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNTS - Discounts of 50% for the driver of the above vehicles shall apply. Senior citizen discount is determined by subtracting full-fare passenger rate and adding half-fare passenger rate. The senior citizen discount shall apply to the driver of an oversize vehicle.
PENALTY CHARGES - Owner of vehicle without driver will be assessed a $100.00 penalty charge.
COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS - Commercial customers making 12 or more, one-way crossings per week (Sunday through Saturday) will qualify for a 10% discount from the regular ferry tolls. WSF will provide a commercial account program that will be prepaid and offer access to volume discounts based on travel, revenue or other criteria in accordance with WSF business rules. On an annual basis, commercial accounts will pay a $50 nonrefundable account maintenance fee.
GROUP OR VOLUME SALES - In order to increase total revenues, WSF may develop full fare or discounted customer packages or bundle single fare types into multiple trip books or offer passes for high volume or group users. In pricing these packages, WSF will have discretion to set appropriate volume discounts based on a case-by-case basis.
SPECIAL EVENTS - In order to increase total revenues, WSF may develop, create or participate in special events that may include, but not be limited to, contributing or packaging discounted fares in exchange for the opportunity to participate in the income generated by the event.
FIRE DEPARTMENT AND FIRE DISTRICT FARE CONSIDERATION - At the discretion of the WSF Assistant Secretary, WSF may authorize no-fare or discounted fare passage on scheduled and/or special ferry sailings for fire departments and fire districts that provide contracted fire protection services for WSF ferry terminals and/or other WSF facilities within their jurisdiction. Such passage shall be considered full and complete consideration for such fire protection services, in lieu of annual payments for such services, to be so noted in such fire protection agreements. The scope of such authorization includes designated fire department and fire district vehicles (see below), drivers and passengers en route to and from an emergency call, on ferry routes with a WSF terminal and/or other WSF facility served by a fire department or fire district pursuant to a WSF fire protection service agreement. Authorized vehicles may include public fire department and fire district medical aid units, fire trucks, incident command and/or other vehicles dispatched to and returning from an emergency call.
EMERGENCY TRIPS DURING NONSERVICE HOURS - While at locations where crew is on duty charge shall be equal to the cost of fuel consumed to make emergency trip. Such trips shall only be offered as a result of official requests from an emergency services agency and only in the case of no reasonable alternative.
DISCLAIMER - Under no circumstances does Washington state ferries warrant the availability of ferry service at a given date or time; nor does it warrant the availability of space on board a vessel on a given sailing.
EFFECTIVE 03:00 A.M. October 1, 2018
Oversize Vehicle Ferry Tolls1
Overall Unit Length - Including Driver
ROUTES
22' To
Under 30'
Under 7'2"
High5
22' To
Under 30'
Over 7'2"
High5
30' To
Under 40'5
40' To Under 50'5
50' To
Under 60'5
60' To under 70'5
70' To and include 80'5
Cost Per
Ft. Over
80' @
Fauntleroy-Southworth
Port Townsend/Coupeville
17.70
35.15
46.75
58.40
70.00
81.65
93.25
1.15
Seattle-Bainbridge Island
Seattle/Bremerton
Edmonds-Kingston
22.90
45.55
60.65
75.75
90.85
105.95
121.05
1.50
*Fauntleroy-Vashon
*Southworth-Vashon
*Pt. Defiance-Tahlequah
29.25
58.25
77.55
96.90
116.20
135.55
154.85
1.95
Mukilteo-Clinton
13.65
27.00
35.90
44.80
53.70
62.60
71.50
0.90
*Anacortes to Lopez2
52.35
104.45
139.15
173.90
208.65
243.35
278.10
3.50
*Anacortes to Shaw, Orcas2
62.80
125.30
166.95
208.65
250.30
292.00
333.65
4.15
*Anacortes to Friday Harbor
74.55
148.85
198.35
247.90
297.40
346.95
396.45
4.95
Between Lopez, Shaw, Orcas and Friday Harbor3
35.15
70.00
93.25
116.50
139.75
163.05
186.30
N/A
International Travel
Anacortes to Sidney to all destinations
85.45
85.45
113.90
142.30
170.70
199.10
227.50
2.85
Lopez, Shaw, Orcas and Friday Harbor to Sidney
53.05
53.05
70.60
88.20
105.80
123.40
140.95
1.75
Lopez, Shaw, Orcas and Friday Harbor to Sidney (round trip)4
105.85
105.85
140.95
176.15
211.35
246.55
281.65
3.50
1OVERSIZE VEHICLES - Includes all vehicles 22 feet in length and longer regardless of type: Commercial trucks, recreational vehicles, vehicles under 22' pulling trailers, etc. Length shall include vehicle and load to its furthest extension. Overheight charge is included in oversize vehicle toll. Vehicles wider than 8'6" pay double the fare applicable to their length. Private and commercial passenger buses or other passenger vehicles pay the applicable oversize vehicle tolls. Public transit buses and drivers shall travel free upon display of an annual permit which may be purchased for $10. Upon presentation by either the driver or passenger of a WSF Disability Travel Permit, Regional Reduced Fare Permit, or other identification which establishes disability, vehicles 22-30 feet in length and over 7'2" in height shall be charged the 22-30 foot length and under 7'2" in height fare for vehicles equipped with wheelchair lift or other feature designed to accommodate the person with the disability.
2TRANSFERS - Tolls collected westbound only. Oversize vehicles traveling westbound from Anacortes may purchase a single intermediate transfer when first purchasing the appropriate fare. The transfer is valid for a 24-hour period and is priced as follows: $66.00 base season, $88.95 peak season.
3INTER-ISLAND - Tolls collected westbound only. Vehicles traveling between islands may request a single transfer ticket good for one transfer at an intermediate island. The transfer may only be obtained when purchasing the appropriate vehicle fare for inter-island travel (westbound at Lopez, Shaw, or Orcas) and is free of charge. Transfers shall be valid for 24 hours from time of purchase.
4ROUND TRIP - Round trip passage for international travel available for trips beginning or ending on one of the islands served.
5CAPITAL SURCHARGE - There is included an additional $0.25 capital surcharge on each single vehicle/driver fare collected.
BULK NEWSPAPERS - Per 100 lbs. $2.85 (Shipments exceeding 60,000 lbs. in any month shall be assessed $1.42 per 100 lbs.). Daily newspapers, in bundles, to be received and delivered without receipt and subject to owner's risk, will be transported between ferry terminals on regular scheduled sailings.
VEHICLE RESERVATION DEPOSIT - Nonrefundable deposits for advanced reservations may be established at a level of from 25 to 100 percent of the applicable fare. This is a deposit toward the fare and not an additional fee, and applies only to those routes where the legislature has approved the use of a reservation system. Where it is operationally necessary (routes where vehicle fares are collected in only one direction or to increase operational efficiency at the terminal) a reservation no-show fee may be used in lieu of a deposit. The no-show fee will be limited to 25 to 100 percent of the equivalent one-way fare and will be charged if the customer does not travel within the same business day as their reserved sailing. Refunds may be available under certain special circumstances.
PEAK SEASON SURCHARGE - A peak season surcharge shall apply to all oversize vehicles from May 1 through September 30. The oversize fare shall be determined based on the peak-season car-and-driver fare and the analogous oversize vehicle fare, calculated with the same factor as the oversize base seasons fares are to the base season under 20 foot fare. The senior citizen discount shall apply to the driver of an oversize vehicle. The resulting fare is rounded up to the next $0.05 if required.
SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNTS - Discounts of 50% for the driver of the above vehicles shall apply. Senior citizen discount is determined by subtracting full-fare passenger rate and adding half-fare passenger rate. The senior citizen discount shall apply to the driver of an oversize vehicle.
PENALTY CHARGES - Owner of vehicle without driver will be assessed a $100.00 penalty charge.
COMMERCIAL ACCOUNT - Commercial customers, making 12 or more, one-way crossings per week (Sunday through Saturday) will qualify for a 10% discount from the regular ferry tolls. WSF will provide a commercial account program that will be prepaid and offer access to volume discounts based on travel, revenue or other criteria in accordance with WSF business rules. On an annual basis, commercial accounts will pay a $50 nonrefundable account maintenance fee.
GROUP OR VOLUME SALES - In order to increase total revenues, WSF may develop full fare or discounted customer packages or bundle single fare types into multiple trip books or offer passes for high volume or group users. In pricing these packages, WSF will have discretion to set appropriate volume discounts based on a case-by-case basis.
SPECIAL EVENTS - In order to increase total revenues, WSF may develop, create or participate in special events that may include, but not be limited to, contributing or packaging discounted fares in exchange for the opportunity to participate in the income generated by the event.
FIRE DEPARTMENT AND FIRE DISTRICT FARE CONSIDERATION - At the discretion of the WSF Assistant Secretary, WSF may authorize no-fare or discounted fare passage on scheduled and/or special ferry sailings for fire departments and fire districts that provide contracted fire protection services for WSF ferry terminals and/or other WSF facilities within their jurisdiction. Such passage shall be considered full and complete consideration for such fire protection services, in lieu of annual payments for such services, to be so noted in such fire protection agreements. The scope of such authorization includes designated fire department and fire district vehicles (see below), drivers and passengers en route to and from an emergency call, on ferry routes with a WSF terminal and/or other WSF facility served by a fire department or fire district pursuant to a WSF fire protection service agreement. Authorized vehicles may include public fire department and fire district medical aid units, fire trucks, incident command and/or other vehicles dispatched to and returning from an emergency call.
EMERGENCY TRIPS DURING NONSERVICE HOURS - While at locations where crew is on duty charge shall be equal to the cost of fuel consumed to make emergency trip. Such trips shall only be offered as a result of official requests from an emergency services agency and only in the case of no reasonable alternative.
DISCLAIMER - Under no circumstances does Washington state ferries warrant the availability of ferry service at a given date or time; nor does it warrant the availability of space on board a vessel on a given sailing.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 47.56.030 and 47.60.315. WSR 17-18-018, § 468-300-040, filed 8/25/17, effective 9/25/17; WSR 15-18-002, § 468-300-040, filed 8/19/15, effective 10/1/15; WSR 13-18-019, § 468-300-040, filed 8/26/13, effective 9/26/13. Statutory Authority: RCW 47.56.030, 47.60.315, and 2010 c 247 § 205(1). WSR 12-10-032, § 468-300-040, filed 4/25/12, effective 6/1/12. Statutory Authority: RCW 47.56.030 and 47.60.315. WSR 11-18-034, § 468-300-040, filed 8/30/11, effective 10/1/11 and 5/1/12. Statutory Authority: RCW 47.56.030, 47.60.326. WSR 10-24-028, § 468-300-040, filed 11/19/10, effective 1/1/11; WSR 09-19-044, § 468-300-040, filed 9/10/09, effective 10/11/09; WSR 08-08-070, § 468-300-040, filed 3/31/08, effective 5/1/08; WSR 07-08-064, § 468-300-040, filed 3/29/07, effective 5/1/07; WSR 06-08-036, § 468-300-040, filed 3/29/06, effective 5/1/06; WSR 05-10-041, § 468-300-040, filed 4/28/05, effective 6/1/05; WSR 03-08-072, § 468-300-040, filed 4/1/03, effective 5/2/03; WSR 02-09-010, § 468-300-040, filed 4/5/02, effective 5/6/02; WSR 01-11-010, § 468-300-040, filed 5/3/01, effective 6/3/01; WSR 00-24-050, § 468-300-040, filed 11/30/00, effective 12/31/00; WSR 99-08-066, § 468-300-040, filed 4/5/99, effective 5/6/99; WSR 98-08-051, § 468-300-040, filed 3/27/98, effective 4/27/98; WSR 96-19-045 (Order 82), § 468-300-040, filed 9/12/96, effective 10/13/96; WSR 94-18-014 (Order 77), § 468-300-040, filed 8/25/94, effective 9/25/94; WSR 94-07-104 (Order 75), § 468-300-040, filed 3/18/94, effective 4/18/94; WSR 93-18-005, § 468-300-040, filed 8/19/93, effective 9/19/93; WSR 92-18-005, § 468-300-040, filed 8/20/92, effective 9/20/92; WSR 91-18-022 (Order 72), § 468-300-040, filed 8/27/91, effective 9/27/91; WSR 89-14-052 (Order 67, Resolution No. 354), § 468-300-040, filed 6/30/89; WSR 89-04-014 (Order 66, Resolution No. 343), § 468-300-040, filed 1/23/89, effective 7/1/89; WSR 87-12-005 (Order 61, Resolution No. 298), § 468-300-040, filed 5/21/87. Statutory Authority: RCW 47.60.290, 47.60.300 and 47.60.326. WSR 86-24-009 (Order 59, Resolution No. 287), § 468-300-040, filed 11/21/86. Statutory Authority: RCW 47.60.326. WSR 86-06-010 (Order 54, Resolution No. 263), § 468-300-040, filed 2/21/86; WSR 85-11-007 (Order 44, Resolution No. 241), § 468-300-040, filed 5/3/85; WSR 84-11-052 (Order 42, Resolution Nos. 221 and 222), § 468-300-040, filed 5/17/84; WSR 83-07-062 (Order 33, Resolution No. 175), § 468-300-040, filed 3/22/83; WSR 82-18-009 (Order 29, Resolution No. 153), § 468-300-040, filed 8/20/82; WSR 82-07-063 (Order 28, Resolution No. 143), § 468-300-040, filed 3/22/82. Statutory Authority: RCW 47.60.325 and 47.56.030. WSR 81-15-099 (Order 23, Resolution No. 117), § 468-300-040, filed 7/22/81. Statutory Authority: RCW 47.60.325. WSR 81-08-044 (Order 17, Resolution No. 104), § 468-300-040, filed 3/31/81; WSR 80-04-104 (Order 15, Resolution No. 72), § 468-300-040, filed 4/1/80; WSR 79-09-136 (Order 11, Resolution No. 57), § 468-300-040, filed 9/5/79; WSR 79-04-047 (Order 6, Resolution No. 44), § 468-300-040, filed 3/27/79; WSR 78-06-040 (Order 2, Resolution No. 21), § 468-300-040, filed 5/19/78.]
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