Construction begins on new Mukilteo Multimodal Terminal

$139 million project slated for completion in 2019

The long-awaited upgrade to Mukilteo terminal includes many sought after features. 

The project will provide new passenger, maintenance, and supervisor buildings as well as new toll booths. The new structures will be up to code seismically and considerably safer in the event of a natural disaster. They will be relocated to the site of a cleaned up former tank farm, which is a major environmental improvement and offers the opportunity for better access to and from the facility and surrounding area. This includes a new signalized intersection and expanded vehicle holding area to reduce congestion on SR 525 and improved pedestrian connections to transit with a new transit center and location near the Sounder Commuter Rail Station.

The Mukilteo terminal had not had signifcant improvements made to it for over 30 years. 

The Whidbey Island/Mukilteo ferry route is the busiest route for vehicle traffic and has the second highest annual ridership, with over 4 million total riders in 2015.

PSRC provided $38 million towards the project.

The new terminal is scheduled to open in December 2019.