WSU’s first home football game against San Jose State will be Saturday, but parking restrictions to accommodate fans begin on Thursday afternoon.
Apples, pears, wheat, potatoes, the bounty of Northwest agriculture depends on transportation. But that vital infrastructure is often old, crumbling and inefficient.
Drivers on the WSU Pullman campus will need to get creative with their driving routes during the month of July.
WSU Transportation Services will close a portion of Thatuna Street on the Pullman campus June 5 through June 29.
As part of the planned upgrade, most physical windshield permits are expected to be phased out on the Pullman campus by the 2019-2020 permit cycle.
The cost of Pullman campus parking permits will remain unchanged for the coming academic year. Online renewal for current annual permit holders begins Tuesday.
PULLMAN, Wash. – The Washington State University Parking and Transportation Task Force is inviting public comment on a proposed parking rate increase in fiscal year 2019 of 2.8 percent on annual and daily parking permits that, if implemented, will take effect at the start of the fall 2018 semester.
The proposed increase of 2.8 percent is equivalent to the increase in the 2017 Consumer Price Index.
PULLMAN, Wash. – NE College Avenue, from the top of the hill at Spokane Street down to the bottom of the hill at Spring Street, will be closed until early summer due to structural problems with the steam/utility tunnel that runs underneath it making automobile traffic unsafe.
Free and reduced rate parking options are available evenings and weekends across the Pullman campus.