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May 20, 2022

Highway/Transportation over $50 Million

Photo courtesy of Imco General Construction
Mukilteo Ferry Terminal is on one of WSDOT’s most active routes, serving over 4 million riders annually.

Mukilteo Ferry Terminal

Location: Mukilteo

General contractor: Imco General Construction

The Mukilteo Ferry Terminal project, Washington’s first new ferry terminal in 40 years, enhances mobility for passengers traveling from Mukilteo to Whidbey Island, one of WSDOT’s most active routes serving over 4 million riders annually. The new terminal improves safety and accessibility, reduces traffic along the waterfront, improves loading efficiency, and enhances train station access with new holding lanes and structures. With proximity to commuter trains via the Mukilteo Sounder Station, the terminal’s walk-on ridership is expected to increase by 124% by 2040. The new facility is a beautiful public space on the Mukilteo waterfront with a new promenade connecting downtown Mukilteo to the beach, creating an elevated pathway for public use. The longhouse-style terminal building incorporates the cultural influence of the Pacific Northwest’s native people, and boasts sustainable design features, having earned LEED Gold certification.

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