WSU’s Nov. 17 weeknight football game to affect parking

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Faculty, staff, and students who commute to the Pullman campus by car will need to move their vehicles ahead of Washington State University’s final home football game of the season on Friday.

The WSU Pullman campus will remain open and under normal operations, with classes continuing as scheduled.

Cougs who regularly park on the Pullman campus must ensure they vacate all Cougar Athletic Fund and general parking lots by 4:30 p.m. Nov. 17. Both Stadium Way and Cougar Way will be closed three hours prior to kickoff, with detour signs being placed to guide affected traffic.

More information about game day parking and shuttle options, including a map of parking designations during home football games, is available on the WSU Transportation Services website.

In addition to Pullman Transit running normal bus routes throughout the day, free park-and-ride shuttle services will begin at 4:30 p.m. Both options are free for those with CougarCards.

All units and departments are being asked to be as flexible as possible with work accommodations. Answers to frequently asked questions about the game and its impact on campus are available on Human Resource Service’s website.

Questions about transit options can be answered by Transportation Services’ staff by calling 509-335-7275 or by contacting the office via email.

The Nov. 17 home football game against the University of Colorado kicks off at 7:30 p.m.

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