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Spring break is March 24 to March 28. Wondering how the Western Washington University parking rules change during the week?

Where can I park with my current permit?

During break, vehicles displaying a valid winter, academic, annual or after-hours permit may be parked in…

Employee bus passes for spring quarter 2014 are now on sale. The $23 passes are valid March 31 to June 22.

How to purchase:

Employees who are eligible for payroll deduction may submit a "Viking Xpress Bus Pass Payroll Authorization" esign form, found on the…

Motorists, cyclists and pedestrians should all take special care to see and be seen as they travel, especially during these months of low light, inclement weather and foggy conditions. The Sustainable Transportation Office has free tools available for motorists, pedestrians and cyclists to…

Parking Services at Western Washington University will be introducing a new online system in February.

The new system will allow customers to pay their citations and purchase daily/weekly permits online via their computers or mobile devices.

New permit application and purchase for…

The long anticipated new Western Washington University-branded license plate is now available through the Washington State Department of Licensing.

The release of the new plate has been two years in the making and after a lengthy review process – including a redesign to accommodate…

Western Washington University faculty, staff and students needing a ride to work, an internship or where they volunteer may soon get one when a pair of Zipcars, a Ford Focus and Ford Escape, become available on Western’s campus in January.

A kickoff event will take place from 10 a.m…

Winter break at Western Washington University starts Dec. 15 and ends Jan. 4.

Wondering where you can park on campus when school's not in session? Here you go:

If you have a current permit: During break, vehicles displaying a valid fall, academic, or annual permit -- or a…

Cyclists, pedestrians and motorists should take special care as they travel during the upcoming months of low light conditions. In order to ‘See and Be Seen,’ all road users must do their part. Western Sustainable Transportation is partnering with the City of Bellingham and…

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