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Shuttle options for Spring Break available at WSU Pullman

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With WSU’s Spring Vacation only a few weeks away, the prospect of warmer climates or trips with family and friends draws nearer.

For those in need of help getting to the region’s airports, WSU Pullman has several options.

The newest of these options is the free shuttle to the Lewiston Nez Perce County Regional Airport. By visiting the airport’s shuttle schedule website at least 24 hours prior to their flight, would-be passengers can search their day of travel for pickup time options. Daily shuttle pickups happen at the Fine Arts Parking area at 3:45 a.m. and or 11:45 a.m. depending on the day.

Folks flying out of Spokane can catch the Wheatland Express shuttle, which collects passengers outside of the French Administration Building. Tickets must be purchased ahead of time by visiting the Starline Collection’s website.

Starline also operates the Vacation Express, which carries passengers to western Washington at the beginning of Thanksgiving, Winter and Spring breaks. This year’s Vacation Express has departures for March 10, 11 and 12. Pickup takes place at Flag Lane on the Pullman campus. More information on the Vacation Express routes and ticket prices can be found online.

Passengers aboard public transportation must wear face coverings at all times while aboard and should refrain from traveling while sick. Upon disembarking, passengers should wash their hands or use appropriate hand sanitizer.

This year’s WSU Spring Vacation takes place from March 14 until March 18.

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