SR 525 - Clinton Ferry Terminal Vicinity - Pedestrian Connectivity

Project news

  • The project is located in Island County within the community of Clinton, WA along SR 525, between milepost 8.51 and 8.96. 
  • This project is currently in the initial design phase. The scheduled advertisement date for this project is 11/1/2021. 

Needs and Benefits

This connectivity project will improve the pedestrian access route on State Route 525 in Clinton from the Park & Ride at Deer Lake Road (milepost 8.96) to the Washington State Ferries - Clinton Ferry Terminal (milepost 8.51).

Plans call for new sections of sidewalk, crosswalks, additional lighting and enhanced safety features to provide a more secure route for pedestrians and cyclists from the parking lot to the ferry terminal.  Other work includes upgraded traffic controls, an electric vehicle (EV) charging station for the Park & Ride, reconfiguring the stormwater system and erosion control to eliminate the flow of water across the sidewalk and roadway near the entrance to the ferry terminal.

Timeline

Project construction is expected to begin in the spring of 2022 and be operationally complete by fall of 2022.

Project Funding

The total estimated cost for preliminary engineering and construction of this project is $1.62 million.

Contact

Jordan Longacre
WSDOT Communications
206-440-4479
Jordan.Longacre@wsdot.wa.gov

Clinton ferry terminal on State Route 525