Who We Are, What We Do:
The Department of Parking and Transportation Services is part of WSU Business and Finance. The University Parking and Transportation Task Force provides an open review process, available to all campus groups, to deal with issues relating to parking and transportation. The Transit Advisory Group is a sub-group of the University Parking and Transportation Task Force and 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.
Parking on the Pullman campus is governed by the Washington Administrative Code, follow this link to see the Parking Rules. The state of Washington has mandated that parking at its colleges and universities will be "self supporting." Your parking fee is a "user" fee which enables WSU to build new parking facilities and maintain existing ones. Without these fees, we would not be able to provide adequate parking facilities.
If you have a comment or question about parking and transportation issues on campus, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Our mission is to get people where they need to be as courteously, safely, and efficiently as possible.
We do this by:
- Providing host services to the campus community.
- Maintaining the parking infrastructure and the unobstructed flow of traffic.
- Managing parking facilities and parking spaces responsively and fairly.
- Enforcing parking rules predictably and fairly.
- Promoting and providing transportation alternatives.
- Maintaining a well-trained, sensitive staff.
- Maximizing fiscal resources.
Statement of Values
Our values are the principles that we intend to use as we carry out our mission.
- Honesty, integrity, and mutual trust
- The dignity and worth of our patrons and co-workers
- Quality service and customer relations
- Teamwork within and with other units
- Giving patrons and co-workers the benefit of the doubt
- The safety of our patrons and co-workers
- Creativity, new ideas, and innovation
- Resourcefulness, the desire to find a way
- Ongoing learning and training
- The aesthetic quality of the campus
- Sound, collaborative planning
- Fair price and good value
- Good stewardship and accountability of fiscal resources