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Spokane-Pullman vanpool has opening, also takes day riders

vanpool-backview-80x120pPULLMAN, Wash. – A Spokane Transit Authority vanpool that travels Monday-Friday from Spokane to WSU Pullman currently has one opening. The van leaves Spokane at 6:10 a.m. and arrives on the WSU Pullman campus at about 7:45 a.m.The return trip begins 5 p.m. at Bustad Hall and arrives back in Spokane at approximately 6:30 p.m. The cost approximately $125/month.

Please note: The vanpool also takes dayriders on a “space-available basis,” at a cost of $10 each way. For details see https://www.zimride.com/ride/share?ride=205208

Participants save money on fuel and car maintenance, and use their time to read, sleep, watch movies, etc.

Due to allergies, no smokers.

For more information, contact Robert Frank, rfrank@wsu.edu.

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