Frequently Asked Employee Questions

How do I purchase an employee bus pass?

Please see your purchase options here.

What if I lose or damage my bus pass?

A lost, stolen or damaged bus pass can be replaced for $23, while supplies last. Use this esign form to replace your bus pass or come to the Sustainable Tranportation Office and fill out a paper form.

What are my commute options? I don't want to drive alone to campus every day.

Sustainable Transportation Office staff can help you explore your commute options. We can provide information on walking, bicycling, riding the bus and ridesharing.

Our office also has a variety of resources for your commuting needs. Contact our office to find out more about how we can help you, or explore our website for more information.

Items and resources that we can provide further information about include:

  • Commuter Coupon Code (quarterly, limited on campus parking)
  • Cycling Safety Classes
  • Trip Planning
  • Campus Amenities
  • Commuter Safety Net

How can I get to Seattle for a meeting without driving?

We have pre made trip plans to a variety of regional locations located here, including a trip plan for traveling to Seattle and back to Bellingham within the day.

I'd like to try cycling, but am new to the idea. What classes and resources are available to me?

We can point you in the right direction!

We can provide you with a cycling toolkit, and also can recommend classes and community events. Contact our office for more information.

Where can I get information about ridesharing?

WWU has a rideshare forum, and there are a variety of public rideshare websites. Find more information here. Our office can also try to match you with a WWU carpool upon request.

I have never ridden the bus - how do I do that?

Call, email or visit our office. We are happy to create trip plans, and help you learn how to make trip plans for yourself! We are able to make trip plans for your commute, if you contact us with your address, work location on campus, and work hours.

If you are planning to stop in, please call first to make an appointment. Making a trip plan is usually pretty quick.

Also, click here for tips about riding the bus.

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Page Updated 11.27.2017