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Bellingham Cruise Terminal, 355 Harris Avenue, Fairhaven. (360) 676-2500
WTA Route 401 provides service to Amtrak/Greyhound Terminal, a short walk to the Cruise Terminal. Special parking instructions: A.L.L. course participants can park in the ferry loading lanes, because courses are not offered on "ferry days." Enter through the main regular entrance and make a sharp right; park across the painted lines. Please leave space for those around you to enter or leave. Parking is free only in this area.

Garden Street United Methodist, Rooms A or B, 1326 North Garden, (between E. Magnolia and E. Holly). (360) 733-7440.

Gateway Centre 1313 E Maple St #201, Bellingham, WA 98225; 360-685-4200
This is a business building behind Boomers and The Five Columns restaurants off of Samish Way. Take the elevator to the 3rd floor for the Rainier Conference Room and turn right after exiting the elevator. WTA routes 107 and 108 provide service to this location, with a short walk from the bus stop in either direction. 
Special parking instructions: Free parking is available in front of and to the north of the building. Overflow parking is also available in a joined lot, just past the Five Columns restaurant. (Please do not use Five Columns' parking spaces in front of the restaurant.)

WWU Wilson Library, Presentation Room, 164 (LPR), 516 High Street
The LPR is located in the southwest corner of the building on the ground floor. Enter the building off High Street, directly across the street from the PAC plaza. WTA transportation is available on routes 190, 90 A&B, 196/197 and 80X to and from Lincoln Creek Transportation Center (LCTC)* every 15 minutes on weekdays when WWU is in session, every 30 minutes year-round, and routes 190 and 5 on Saturdays. LCTC* is located on Lincoln St., east of I-5, just north of exit 252.
Parking: On Saturdays parking is free in the student gravel parking lots (C-lots) directly south of campus (the walk up through campus is approximately 10 minutes). On weekends, lots 11G and 14G (near the LPR) have pay parking at $1/hour. Street parking (within a block or so) is often available on weekends. During the week, pay-station parking is only available in 12C or 6V for $2/hour. 12C is in the gravel lots on south campus, 6V is below the Viking Union on north campus. Contact the course producer if you have any questions about parking.

WWU Ross Engineering Building, 516 High Street
The Ross Engineering Building is located on south campus. WTA transportation is available on routes 190, 90 A&B, 196/197 and 80X to and from Lincoln Creek Transportation Center (LCTC)* every 15 minutes on weekdays when WWU is in session, every 30 minutes year-round, and routes 190 and 5 on Saturdays. LCTC* is located on Lincoln St., east of I-5, just north of exit 252. Take the south campus WTA stop on Bill McDonald Parkway and walk through south campus (approximately 10 minutes) until reaching Ross Engineering Building on the right, just past Arntzen Hall. $2/hr parking is available in the gravel C lots on south campus, about a 5 minute walk from the Engineering building. You can also stop by the Parking Office on Bill McDonald Parkway to see if they’ll allow hourly permits in the lot closest to the building (17G). An online parking guide for WWU can be found at www.wwu.edu/ps/parking/.
Parking: During the week, pay-station parking is only available in 12C or 6V for $2/hour. 12C is in the gravel lots on south campus, 6V is below the Viking Union on north campus. Contact the course producer if you have any questions about parking.

*Beginning September 2015, Lincoln Creek Transportation Center (LCTC) will require a parking permit, but it is free through June 2016. Permits will be available online or in the Parking Services office starting in mid-September. Signs will be posted at the lot through fall quarter regarding the change to the permit system; the signs will have QR codes that will allow smartphone users to go quickly and easily to the Parking Services website (wwu.edu/ps/parking) to apply for a permit (link at bottom of web page).

For more information, contact Parking Services at (360) 650-2945 (2001 Bill McDonald Parkway).