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Friday, Feb. 13, is International Winter Bike to Work Day (not to be confused with Bike to Work and School Day in May).

Western Washington University employees may participate in this world-wide event by committing to ride at http://winterbiketoworkday.org/.

Visitors to the website…

Sales of day passes and schedule changes on Route 331 began Monday, Feb. 2, on Whatcom Transportation Authority buses.

The day pass costs $3, payable on board the buses, and allows unlimited rides all day. For people who need to change buses on both ends of a…

In the new year, Whatcom Transportation Authority will reduce bus fares for military veterans and raise the price of the monthly pass for the express to Mount Vernon.

The WTA Board of Directors in December approved a 50 percent discount for veterans with proof of…

As part of ongoing efforts to identify feasible ways of reducing the carbon footprint and fuel use on Western Washington University's campus using alternative-fuel vehicles, Facilities Management will play host to representatives from AFV manufacturers who will bring demo vehicles to Western…

During winter break, which is Dec. 15 to Jan. 4, vehicles displaying a valid fall, academic, annual or 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…

Employee bus passes for winter quarter are now on sale. The passes are valid from Jan. 5 to March 29.

The employee cost for a winter quarter pass is $23.

How to purchase:

Employees who are eligible for payroll deduction may submit a "Viking Xpress Bus…

Western Washington University faculty, staff and students who had a fall-quarter parking permit may now renew their permit for winter quarter.

Those who did not purchase a fall quarter permit may get on a waitlist. Those on the list will be notified at their WWU email address…

[ Editor's note: This story has been amended. An earlier version stated that the work would be done Friday, but the contractor had to change the date. ]

The ticket office/restroom structure at Harrington Field is being expanded to house storage rooms and locker rooms. A semi-truck…

The Central Health and Safety Committee would like to remind the campus community of the various resources available as individuals adjust to the light change with the end of daylight savings time.  This time of year brings with it an increase of darkness around the time of rush hour.…

As the days grow shorter, it is more important than ever that cyclists and those on foot are properly lit in the darkness and that motorists are aware.

WWU Sustainable Transportation, along with John Jordy of The Stress Clinic, University Police and the City of Bellingham, encourage the…

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