SEATTLE — If you rely on state ferries to get around, you’ll now be paying more.
Washington State Ferries bumped up the cost of a ticket by 4% on Sunday.
The change affects every route.
It’s something the agency warned us about a few months ago.
The new transportation budget requires state ferries to generate $419 million in revenue.
Fares will be raised again next year.
According to the Washington State Transportation Commission, fares fund 57% of WSF’s operations and maintenance.
To find the new fares for routes you use, follow this link.
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