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Facilities Management at Western Washington University will begin a couple of campus bicycle and pedestrian projects on June 21.

Work crews will be revising the existing intersection between the shared bicycle and pedestrian path and the vehicle parking lot access into lot 19G near the…

Summer Viking Xpress bus passes for Western Washington University faculty and staff are now available. The passes are valid from June 20 to Sept. 18.

The employee cost is $40. Permanent WWU employees choosing payroll deduction can use the online request form at http://esign.wwu.edu…

The Western Washington University Police Department has announced it will not offer a grace period when texting while driving and failure to use a hands-free device become primary traffic offenses on June 10.

It is common for the state patrol and other law enforcement agencies to offer an…

Today is the annual Bike to Work and School Day, and the two celebration stations set up on the Western Washington University campus received scores of visitors while they were open in the morning, said Wendy Crandall, who works in Transportation Services at WWU and who helped man the station…

Bike to Work and School day is Friday, May 21.

More than 30 celebration stations will be located throughout the county, and those who bike or walk to them can enjoy refreshments, gifts, stickers and a chance to enter prize drawings for dozens of cash prizes. On campus, celebration…

Western Washington University is proposing amendments to its Washington Administrative Code rules related to parking and traffic and will hold a public hearing at 11 a.m. Wednesday, May 26, in Old Main Room 340 on the WWU campus.

Proposed rule amendments to Chapter 516-12 WAC, Parking and…

The electrical subcontractor working on the Miller Hall Renovation Project will temporarily block one lane of East College Way directly behind Miller Hall from 7 to 11 a.m. Tuesday, May 11.

The purpose of this disruption will be to lay out out 150 feet of electrical cable needed for the…

The spring 2010 edition of "Sustainable Transportation News" has been published and is now available. Download the newsletter in PDF format here.

Featured in this quarter’s newsletter are stories on teaming up for EverybodyBIKE, 10 reasons to leave your car at home,…

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