SEATTLE - The King County Water Taxi is out of service for up to a week starting Monday.
During the closure, the downtown Seattle terminal will be moved from the south side of Colman Dock/Pier 50 to the north side.
The temporary move is part of a larger project by the state to renovate Colman Dock.
The Water Taxi will move back to a new facility at the south end of the dock in about a year and a half.
The new Water Taxi terminal will have a weather-protected waiting area, elevators and a pedestrian bridge to the new ferry terminal.
While service is suspended this week, bus riders in both service areas can expect to see heavier-than-usual passenger loads on trips to and from downtown.
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