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Due to schedule changes for the Performing Arts Center exterior renewal project, the northbound lane of West Campus Way will be closed starting Tuesday, July 15, through the end of the month. Flaggers will direct traffic while the west elevation of the PAC is cleaned during this time.

The…

To facilitate excavation in the crosswalk in front of the Associated Students Bookstore, High Street will be closed to the general public in the evenings from July 21 through July 23. One lane will remain open for emergency access, and WTA buses will run on their usual schedules (the last…

2014 summer quarter employee bus passes are now on sale. The passes are valid June 23 to Sept. 21.

The employee cost for a summer quarter pass is $40 if an academic 2013-2014 pass was purchased; otherwise the employee cost is $70.

There are several ways to purchase a bus…

During break June 16 to 20, vehicles displaying a valid spring, 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, carpool or disability spaces…

The 2014 employee commute trip reduction survey is complete. Western achieved a 73.5-percent response rate, exceeding the 70-percent minimum requirement.

Many thanks to all Western Washington University employees who responded to the survey. The information gathered will be used for…

Extra patrols will be out in Whatcom and San Juan counties in search of unbuckled and distracted drivers between Monday, May 19, and June 1.

These extra patrols will be part of the annual "Click it or Ticket" campaign.

The 17th annual Bike to Work and School Day is happening on Friday, May 16.

Celebration stations will be set up in several locations around the community celebrating those choosing to bike to work and school. Be sure to ride past the celebration stations in town as well as the two that…

More than 1,150 faculty and staff at Western Washington University have responded to the employee transportation survey, but to reach the state requirement of 70-percent participation, at least 50 more staff or faculty need to complete the survey.

Completing the survey online takes about…

It's time for Western Washington University faculty and staff to fill out the Commute Trip Reduction Survey, noting how they got to work during the week of April 28 to May 2. The survey is part of Western Washington University's compliance with Washington state and Whatcom County…

On May 5, Western Washington University faculty and staff will be asked to complete a survey about daily commutes to work during the week of April 28 to May 2.

This week, faculty and staff should track how they get to work and note the one-way mileage each day. On May 5, they'll…

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