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Shuttle service will change to hourly stops
August 1, 2008


PULLMAN – Under a new contract, the Wheatland Express shuttle between the University of Idaho and Washington State University will provide hourly service from 6:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday through the academic year.

The service is free to WSU and UI students and is designed to serve students enrolled in cross-listed courses.  Commuters may also continue to use the shuttle service during the academic year. 

Because of rising costs, the frequency of the service is being cut back from every half hour to hourly. Service during the summer will be discontinued.

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Shuttle service offered for basketball fans
November 9, 2007

The WSU Athletic Department in conjunction with WSU Parking Services and Wheatland Express will be providing a free shuttle from two different areas on campus to Beasley Coliseum for the basketball games on Friday, Nov. 9 and 16.  Due to the Cougar Football games the next two Saturdays, parking around Beasley Coliseum will be limited. 
The shuttle bus will begin running at 5 p.m. and will run until approximately one hour after the men’s game.  The shuttle will pick up outside the Lewis Alumni Center and at the French Administration Building bus stop along Grimes Way.  This will allow people parking in … » More …

Forum scheduled on survival of local bus service
February 13, 2007

The Moscow Civic Association is sponsoring a free public forum at the 1912 Building in Moscow at 7 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 26, about Moscow/Pullman public transportation issues, including the survival of the existing Wheatland Express bus service between the communities.A six-person panel will discuss the issues and then respond to questions from the audience. The presentations will include the results of the recently-completed Moscow/Pullman bus ridership survey. The panelists include:Wheatland Express owner Peg Motley; Valley Transit CEO Tom LaPointe; UI Director of NIATT (National Institute for Advanced Transportation Technology) Michael Kyte,UI Vice-President of Finance and Administration Lloyd Mues; Moscow City Supervisor Gary Riedner; and Chair … » More …