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WSU Pullman temporarily suspends parking permit sales

parking-sign-tweakedPULLMAN, Wash. – WSU Transportation Services is suspending all on-line and over-the-counter parking permit sales on the main Pullman campus as a result of computer system problems encountered today while issuing permits to new students.

Online and over-the-counter parking permit sales are expected to resume soon.  Parking patrons are encouraged to visit the Transportation Services website at www.transportation.wsu.edu on August 22. Updated information is expected to be available at that time.

As a result of the suspension of parking permit sales, parking permits will not be required to park legally on campus until Monday, August 29, which will mark the beginning of the second week of classes.

Restricted parking areas on campus, including disability spaces, fire zones, and no parking areas will be enforced as usual.

Payment will be required for hourly garage parking. 
Additional information and updates will be posted to the WSU Transportation Services website.

Those with questions about permit sales can phone WSU Transportation Services at 509-335-7275 or email at transportation@wsu.edu.

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