WSF plans to keep 30-minute rule

According to this article in the San Juan Islander, WSF has reviewed the new 30-minute arrival rule and decided to keep it in place. I am wondering why the recent F.R.O.G. survey includes questions about this rule if a decision was already made. Can the transportation commission overrule WSF’s decision?

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Susan Brooks-Young has been involved in the field of instructional technology since 1979. She was one of the original technology users in the district where she taught and has continued to explore ways in which technology can be used to facilitate student learning. She has worked as computer mentor, technology trainer, and technology curriculum specialist. Prior to establishing her own consulting firm, Susan was a teacher, site administrator, and technology specialist in a county office of education in a career that spanned more than 23 years. Since 1986, she has published articles and software reviews in a variety of education journals. She is also author of a number of books which focus on how school leaders can implement the NETS*A Standards. Susan works with educators internationally, focusing on practical technology-based strategies for personal productivity and effective technology implementation in schools. Susan and her husband live on Lopez Island, WA.

2 thoughts on “WSF plans to keep 30-minute rule

  1. Mike

    WSF and these surveys do not necessarily work for the benefit of the people they serve.

    We need more ferries.
    Reservations have not helped.

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  2. Bob Porter

    This is just another typical historic example that W.S.F. Management does not really respond to the needs and wants of the traveling public, their own employees or truly care. Questionnaires and surveys are a joke. For the most part they are in the category of making a respondent feell like their voice is being heard. If you agree with their decisions, they implement them. If you do not agree with their decisions, they implement them anyway or most likely the decisions have already been made before they ask for anyone’s opinion. It is also very obvious that there still is a serious communication problem between W.S.F. Management, The Washington Transportation Commission, the ferry employees who are on the front lines and lastly the riders.

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