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WSU annual online parking permit renewal starts April 20

PULLMAN, Washington. – Washington State University Transportation Services will offer annual campus parking permit renewals for 2016-17 online beginning at 10 a.m. Wednesday, April 20.  Eligible annual permit holders will be contacted via WSU email.  Patrons are encouraged to check their WSU email accounts on a regular basis for information.

As in the past, the initial phase of renewal is restricted to current eligible permit holders. Once that phase is completed, annual permits will be made available to other parking patrons.

There will be no increase in parking permit rates and no zone changes in FY17. There was a proposal to increase parking rates consistent with the Consumer Price Index (CPI) of 1.2% and some parking zone changes.  Any proposed rate increases and zone changes will be deferred until FY18.  For more information on parking rates, visit the WSU Transportation Services website at http://www.transportation.wsu.edu and click on “Permits and Rates.”

A valid WSU Network ID is required to renew a parking permit. Anyone who has lost or forgotten their network ID can retrieve it by calling the WSU IT Phone Desk at 509-335-HELP (4357) or visit the WSU Network ID Account Manager website here.

For more information, contact WSU Transportation Services at 509-335-PARK (7275) or email us at transportation@wsu.edu.

Contact:

Chris Boyan, Assistant Director, WSU Transportation Services, 509/335-2950, boyanc@wsu.edu

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