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With the updated bicycling and skateboarding rules now in place, University Police are ramping up their enforcement in an attempt to ensure the safety of pedestrians in heavily traveled areas of campus.

For the remainder of spring quarter, officers will be contacting riders in the…

Western Washington University alumnus Alexander (A.J.) Garcia, from Spokane, has been awarded a prestigious Dwight David Eisenhower Graduate Transportation Fellowship from the Federal Highway Administration of the U.S. Department of Transportation for the 2011-2012 academic year.

Any Western Washington University faculty or staff member who walks or bicycles to work two or more times between March 13 and 26 is eligible to win one of a handful of prizes from the sprint Wheel Options campaign, including a trip to New York City.

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Viking Xpress bus passes for Western Washington University faculty and staff are now available to purchase for spring quarter.

Purchases can be made through the Sustainable Transportation Office. The employee cost is $23, and payment may be made via payroll deduction or direct payment…

The Associated Students Alternative Transportation is holding the “Picture My Commute” photo contest from Jan. 10 through March 18.

To enter, Western students, faculty and staff who commute to campus in any way other than driving alone can enter creative photos of their…

The winter quarter edition of Sustainable Transportation news is now online.

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