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At Western Washington University we encourage everybody to use alternatives to driving alone to campus. The Sustainable Transportation Office supports active transportation by coordinating student and employee bus passes and by providing bicycling support and education, commute trip reduction information, and trip planning assistance. 

Driving less is a significant way to save money, reduce stress, increase your physical activity, and reduce your impact on the planet. Not sure how to get started? Contact Sustainable Transportation today!

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The last night of shuttle service for the quarter is Saturday, Dec. 14th.  Service will resume Sunday Jan. 5th

Have a great Break!

Bellair Charters provides shuttle service to SeaTac International Airport. On Friday, Saturday, and Sunday during the academic year the Airporter Shuttle picks up and drops off passengers on campus at the PAC Plaza. There is extended service to campus during holidays and breaks.

The Airporter shuttle leaves from the Four Points Sheraton Hotel at 714 Lakeway Drive seven days a week. The Four Points Sheraton is served by WTA buses daily and during the academic year when classes are in session also by the Late Night Shuttle .

Find information about the proposed fare changes on WTA's website.

If you would like to comment on the changes—or you know someone else who would—here’s how…

Community Meeting • October 16, 2019, 6:30 p.m. at Carl Cozier Elementary School Cafeteria (1330 Lincoln St, Bellingham)

Public Hearings • November 21, 2019, 8:00 a.m. at Whatcom County Council Chambers (311 Grand Ave, Bellingham) • December 4, 2019, 6:00 p.m. at Carl Cozier Elementary School Cafeteria (1330 Lincoln St, Bellingham)

Email or call (360) 676-7433

Comments must be received by 3 p.m. on December 3, 2019.