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Combine creativity with your commute by bike, foot, bus or carpool and win! Contest is open to students, faculty and staff who submit photos of their non-drive-alone commute during winter quarter 2011. Submissions will be accepted from Jan. 10 to March 18. Winners will be announced the week of…

With the updated bicycling and skateboarding rules now in place, enforcement will begin soon as University Police attempt to ensure the safety of pedestrians in heavily traveled areas of campus.

Police will begin enforcing the campus walk zones on Jan. 19 after ramping up their…

Happy New Year!

Aristotle said, “The Gods are too fond of a joke.” I can vouch that he is absolutely right. In my column last fall, I happened to mention that we had not been hit with a major storm or had any major flooding this year. I can almost hear the Gods laughing.…

During the winter break (Dec. 13 to Jan. 2), vehicles displaying a valid fall, academic or annual permit or a valid after-hours permit may be parked in the following lots: 5G, 7G, 11G, 12A/C, 14G, 17G, 19G, 22G, 24G, 30G, 32G, 33G and all R lots (permits are not valid in metered, reserved or…

During the fall 2010 Wheel Options promotion, 277 WWU employees used an alternative to driving alone at least two days between Oct. 17 and 30. The results included 29,390 miles not driven and 23,854 pounds of carbon dioxide not emitted into the atmosphere.

Amtrak companion fare…

Winter quarter Viking Xpress bus passes for Western Washington University fculty and staff are now available. The passes, which cost $23, can be purchased through the Sustainable Transportation office.

Winter quarter passes are valid from Jan. 3 to March 27.

Faculty, staff…

[ Editor's note: A pervious version of this story was inadvertently posted this morning. The story has been updated to reflect the correct version. ]

The folks in the Sustainable Transportation Office practice what they preach. Carol Berry, Wendy Crandall and Kay…

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