Not quite as exciting as last year, but the snow doughnuts are back again this year.
We are constantly reviewing and analyzing the way you use our site and making changes to improve the way we offer you information. Most of the time we try to make slight changes so that the overall experience isn't too effected. In this case we made significant changes to a site and want to let you know about it and give you the opportunity to let us know what you think of it.
We are very excited to announce we have launched improvements to the Good To Go! site. This page is the access point to get to your Good To Go! transponder for tolling on the Narrows Bridge and more. This site allows you to access your account information and verify payment, billing and more.
We made these changes based on feedback you sent us and made it easier to get the information you need, but we won't be happy with it unless you are happy with it.
Is it clearer and easier to use or do you hate it and wish it was back to the old version?
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(at left: Two solar dishes provide not only power for the dock lights but also adjust the intensity so that the natural light is replicated under the dock.)
(at right: Fiber optic lights may help juvenile fish continue their migration in near shore waters that are covered with docks and other structures.)
“We’ve tried metal grates and glass blocks to allow light to pass through ferry docks at other terminals with some success,” explained Rhonda Brooks, WSDOT research manager. “The hypothesis of the research is that fiber-optic lighting is even closer to natural light and will have benefits to the fish as well as eel grass, which is essential in the juvenile salmon habitat.”