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WSU installs new parking permit vending machines

PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University Transportation Services has installed new permit vending machines on the Pullman campus to replace machines installed in 2006.

“We are looking forward to having new, more reliable machines,” said Cody Wilson, field operations manager for WSU Transportation Services. “This will improve our customers’ experiences and also reduce the need for continuous maintenance.”

The new parking permit vending machines replace those at the following locations: Student Recreation Center lot, tennis courts lot, library parking garage, Smith CUE parking garage, Yellow 1 lot next to Beasley Coliseum and Red 2 lot behind the Indoor Practice Facility (off Ferdinand’s Lane).

Transportation Services can provide information about using the new machines, answer questions and address concerns at 509-335-PARK (7275).


News media contact:
Chris Boyan, WSU Transportation Services, 509-335-7275,


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