SR 104 - Kingston Ferry Terminal Traffic Improvement

Project news

  • Leaders from Kitsap County, Port of Kingston and WSDOT provide an update on the proposed ferry traffic holding lot on Lindvog Road and the realignment of State Route 104 in Kingston.
  • This concept would widen Northeast 1st Street in order to accommodate both inbound and outbound ferry travelers. The concept would also add improvements to Main Street to provide for wide sidewalks and two-way traffic between Washington Blvd. and West Kingston/Iowa Street.
  • ​Relocation would provide greater access to businesses and a more pedestrian friendly area on Main Street.

Needs & benefits

WSDOT is working with local businesses, citizens and Kitsap County to develop potential solutions to improve traffic flow in Kingston and allow for downtown enhancements. The proposal would relocate travelers to Northeast 1st Street in order to accommodate travelers heading to and from the Kingston Ferry Terminal. This process incorporated many of the features from the 2016 Kingston Complete Street Study.

WSDOT and the local partners will also consider exploring the feasibility of constructing a ferry holding lot on property owned by WSDOT near Lindvog Street and SR 104. 

Construction funding for both the relocation of ferry traffic onto Northeast 1st Street and new holding near Lindvog Street/SR 104 area have not been identified.


Engineering and environmental review is underway.


Financial Data for PIN 310420B
Funding Source Amount ($ in thousands)
2003 Gas Tax (Nickel Funding) $0
2005 Gas Tax (TPA) $0
Pre-Existing Funds (PEF) $500
CWA $0
Total $500


Lone Moody, 360-874-3010
Project Engineer

Doug Adamson, communications 

Map of Kingston Ferry Terminal Traffic Improvement Project