Transportation Services Student Transit Fee (STF)

The Student Transit Fee (STF) is administered by Transportation Services with oversight from the Transit Advisory Group (TAG). TAG is a sub-group of the University Parking and Transportation Task Force. TAG members include student representation from the Associated Students of Washington State University (ASWSU), the Graduate and Professional Student Association (GPSA), the Residence Hall Association (RHA), Students with Disabilities Alliance (SDA), Greek Life, and commuter students.

TAG was formed in order to review the effectiveness of current transit services, review proposed changes or additions to future transit services, review financial plans that support transit services, and to solicit and evaluate feedback from various stakeholder and constituent groups.

Benefits of the Transit Fee:

  • Transit access to and from on-campus destinations.
  • Service available during peak times daily, morning and evening.
  • Savings for students in the way of vehicle and gas expenses.
  • Reduces congestion on campus roadways.

Transit Facts:

  • Students rely on transit. Pullman Transit provides as many as 1.4 million rides per year and most of those riders are WSU students!
  • Students need to simply show their CougarCard to ride the bus!
  • Pullman Transit provides services Monday through Sunday year-round.

For more information on bus schedules, follow this link to Pullman Transit.