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Beginning March 1, students, faculty and staff can conduct parking transactions in the campus core at the Student Business Office in Old Main Room 110.

Parking customers are still encouraged to…

If you've been thinking about trying the bus, now is the perfect time to do so. First-time rider passes are available through Smart Trips for the month of March.

If you'd like a pass, contact Rachael Morris in Sustainable Transportation by Feb. 24. This is a service…

As part of the Carver Renovation project, a fire hydrant flow test will be performed on the east side of the walkway between the Arts Annex and Carver Gymnasium on Friday, Feb. 5. The test is scheduled to begin at 8:10 a.m. and be complete prior to 8:50 a.m.

The area will be…

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Western Sustainable Transportation is holding a drop-in information session Wednesday for Western Washington University employees working at 32nd Street. The session will take place from noon to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 3, in AC130…

Western Washington University’s Parking Services will implement a new and updated online parking portal from its vendor later this month that will include an upgraded, mobile-friendly interface and a new look and feel while keeping the portal’s key functionality essentially the same…

Western Washington University is committed to helping employees find and use alternatives to driving alone to work. Reducing vehicle trips creates a cleaner, more livable community, and delivers great personal benefits, such as improved health, reduced stress …

Three Western Washington University (WWU) students spoke to a crowd of curious residents about the feasibility of a passenger train stop in Blaine.

Michelle Anderson-Irons, Joe Glithero and Lora Sonnen, three students in WWU’s international business program, presented their evaluation in…

[ Update: This story has been amended to reflect the fact that 11G is available for break parking, while 11GCP is not. ]

During winter break Dec. 14 to Jan. 3, vehicles displaying a valid fall, academic, annual or after-hours permit may park in the following lots: 5G, 7G, 11G,…

The Airporter Shuttle is adding a new pickup spot for Western Washington University students for the holidays.

Starting Monday, Nov. 23, and going through Jan. 6, the shuttle will stop in front of Western’s Performing Arts Center on High Street for trips to and from Sea-Tac airport. This…

The Airporter Shuttle will begin picking up on campus 10 times a day outside the Performing Arts Center, directly across High Street from the Whatcom Transportation Authority bus stop. The service, provided by Bellair Charters and Airporter, will operate on a trial basis from…

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