Our June 6 dinner meeting at
Ivarís Salmon House will have
David Moseley, Assistant Secretary Washington State Department
of Transportation (WSDOT) Ferries Division, as speaker.
We, in Washington State , have the largest ferry system in the
US moving cars and people across our waterways from islands to
mainland to Olympic Peninsula areas. The Washington State
ferries are a part of our state highway system.
David Moseley is the assistant secretary for WSDOT and leads
the Ferries Division. David will speak about the state marine
highway system which encompasses 23 ferries operating at 20
terminals on 10 routes. David graduated from Willamette University
in Salem, Oregon. He has a Masterís of Divinity from
Golden Gate Theological Seminary in Mill Valley, California.
Prior to joining the Washington State Ferries, David served as a
City Manager for three Washington state cities: Federal Way,
Ellensburg and Steilacoom and as Director of the City of Seattleís
Department of Community Development. In February 2008, he
was appointed his current position and head of Washington State
David is focused on four primary goals for the ferry system: 1)
completing the new ferry construction program, 2) containing
costs, 3) implementing innovations in a cost effective manner to
improve ferry operations, and 4) listening to customers and ferry served
communities about how best to improve ferry service.
Please come and listen to what is happening on our ferry boat
waterfront and the changes and improvements in the future. This
promises to be a very interesting and informative evening.