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WSU Transportation Services… Did you know?

Did you know if you get a parking ticket on the WSU Pullman campus for any reason, you can appeal it!

There are three steps in the appeals process.

1.    First Appeal: Done online at (click Appeal Ticket) within 10 days of the date the ticket was issued.

2.    Second Appeal (re-appeal):  To re-appeal, you must notify WSU Transportation Services within 10 days of the date of the decision of the first appeal. The re-appeal is an in person appeal in front of the Appeals Committee.

3.    District Court: If you are still not satisfied with the result after your re-appeal, you may schedule a time with the Whitman County District Court within 10 days of the date of the second appeal decision to take the ticket to court.

See the Appeals Process Flowchart for more information on how a ticket moves through the appeals process.

Please contact WSU Transportation Services with any questions regarding the ticket appeals process.

WSU Transportation Services
509-335-PARK (7275)

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