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Ride the Bus; Just Show Your Cougarcard

Pullman Transit

Check this out!  Show your CougarCard and ride the bus!  Students rely on transit and Pullman Transit gives over 1.4 million rides per year.  Pullman Transit operates Monday through Saturday during the academic year.  Funded in part by a student-initiated transit fee, Pullman Transit offers Express Routes, transit access to and from the Student Recreation Center, and other on-campus destinations.

Click here to see the Bus Locator page
Click here to see the Bus Locator page

Using Pullman Transit can mean additional savings for you by avoiding the costs of operating and parking a vehicle, as well as driving during inclement weather.  Public Transit also reduces congestion on campus roadways, and improves the quality of life by helping the university community support sustainability and green initiatives.

Park and Ride Options: Commuter travel can be accommodated with Park and Ride options.  Permits are not required in Park and Ride lots during the day.  Follow this link to view WSU's large Park and Ride - Commuter Lot.

Current schedules and information are available on any bus, on the Pullman Transit website, and at the Transportation Services building.

Spokane Airport Shuttle

The Spokane airport shuttle has scheduled trips to and from the Spokane Airport. Call them or email for information or to make a reservation. For more information go here: Spokane Airport Shuttle.

Vacation Bus

Wheatland Express offers a bus service from Pullman to Seattle for WSU break periods.  Follow this link for more information on the Vacation Bus service.

Transportation Services, PO Box 645500, Pullman WA 99164-5500, (509) 335-PARK (7275), Refunds, Contact Us