Late Night Student Shuttle
The Late Night Shuttle is a service for Western students only, paid for with the Alternative Transportation Fee.
A valid Western ID card is required to board.
Shuttle Service begins in September, the Sunday before classes begin, and ends in June, the Saturday following finals.
The Shuttle does not operate during Thanksgiving vacation, Intersession Breaks or Summer Quarter.
(This service is not affiliated with WTA)
There are two Shuttle routes, A and B, traveling in opposite directions on a fixed route through campus and surrounding neighborhoods and retail areas. Route A departs from the Viking Union, and Route B departs from Haggard Hall.
Both routes serve the same streets, with the following exception:
- Route A serves Happy Valley, traveling 21st-Donovan-24th and 25th. (Route B does not serve these streets).
- The Buchanan Towers stop for Route A is on 25th at Bill McDonald Parkway, in front of the WWU Archives Building.
Monday - Saturday, 11pm-3am
Sunday, 9pm - 2am
(On Sunday, Route A starts at 9pm, Route B starts at 10pm)
Policies and Rider Info
- A Valid Western ID Card is required for boarding.
- Be respectful of the driver and other passengers on the shuttle. Abstaining from profanity is expected.
- Non-alcoholic beverages are allowed if they are in a closed container.
- Food cannot be consumed on the shuttle and should be kept in a closed container or wrapper.
- Guests: One guest per WWU student with valid Western Card.
- Students with more than one guest may want to use a taxi.
- Items left on the bus will be taken to University Police Dispatch, open 24/7, located in the Campus Services Building. Stop by or call 650-3555.
- Shuttle service may be canceled during inclement weather or other road emergency. Go to Shuttle Tracker for Real-Time map and updates, or call 360-650-7960.
- To avoid missing the bus, arrive at your stop a few minutes early.
- Nightfall and rainy weather reduce visibility. If you are at an unlighted stop, wave at the driver or use the light on your cell phone to make sure you are seen.
Refusal of Service
Drivers reserve the right to refuse service to any person who does not observe policies, shows the potential to cause harm to themselves or others, or interferes with vehicle safety.
For more information please contact Western Student Transportation at: (360) 650-7960 or via email at: Transportation@wwu.edu