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Pierce County Ferry System

Posted on: October 3, 2019

Change of season brings lower fares for Pierce County Ferry riders

Non-peak season fares started Oct. 1 for Pierce County Ferry passengers.

The fare for vehicles up to and including 22 feet in length is now $18.35, compared to the peak season fare of $23.85. Customers with a Senior ID or Disability Permit driving a vehicle up to and including 22 feet will now pay $15.25, compared to the peak season fare of $19.80.

Non-peak season runs Oct. 1 to April 30. A full list of fares is available at

Value pass, vehicle passenger, and walk-on fares are the same year-round.

Riders will be able to use remaining peak season tickets during non-peak season, although they will not be refunded the difference in ticket price. Riders can request refunds for unused peak season tickets through Oct. 10 at or in person at the terminal. Questions about ticket refunds can be answered in person at the terminal or by calling (253) 588-1950.

The Pierce County Ferry provides service between Steilacoom, Anderson Island and Ketron Island.

Sean McDermott, Planning and Public Works public information specialist
(253) 798-2092
[email protected]

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