A Century of Mukilteo Ferrying Leads to a New Terminal Built on (and for) Connections


The Seattle Times

Mukilteo Multimodal Ferry Terminal

“In response, the state built a much larger, seismically safe terminal one-third mile east. Partly in recognition of Mukilteo as the site of the landmark 1855 Point Elliott Treaty signing, the state fashioned the $187 million terminal as a Native American art-filled longhouse summoning the rich heritage of the Coast Salish People, specifically the Tulalip Tribes. Since the terminal opened in December 2020, it has won more than 25 awards.”
— Clay Eals

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