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The Daily Evergreen

Snow storms expected to continue in the weeks following

Winter storm continues surge through Pullman

BRANDON WILLMAN, Evergreen reporter December 5, 2022

Winter storm warnings continue to be in effect for Pullman as snowfall will continue throughout the week. Snow is expected through Monday night and will pick up again on Thursday. Consistent snow showers...

Pullman Transit shut down at around 4:30 p.m. on Monday due to “dangerous road conditions.”

Winter storm warning comes to Pullman

BRANDON WILLMAN, Evergreen reporter November 30, 2022

Pullman is set to experience heavy snowfall Tuesday night through Wednesday afternoon, receiving a winter storm warning, according to the National Weather Service.  The winter storm warning is in effect...

The cost of the new electric bus would includ a GPS system, video surveillance,
radio and more.

City Council approves grant application for electric bus

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen reporter November 30, 2022

The Pullman City Council approved a motion Tuesday night allowing Pullman Transit to apply for a grant, which would provide funding for Pullman Transit to purchase a new electric bus. The bus would...

ASWSU Pro Tempore Katie Carstens speaks during an ASWSU meeting in the CUB, Feb. 23.

ASWSU hears from several directors, confirms E-board

MOLLY WILK, Evergreen reporter February 25, 2022

The ASWSU Environmental Sustainability Alliance is working to replace Coug Bikes with electric scooters by the end of fall, and is determining the location for a planned community garden. ESA is set...

Students wait for Pullman Transit along Northeast Thatuna Street, Feb. 10.

Pullman Transit assessing routes, looking to change app

CALLIE GERBER, Evergreen reporter February 11, 2022

In addition to adding more bus routes, Pullman Transit is looking into changing mobile apps because the current app is no longer meeting their needs. Pullman Transit first chose Syncromatics' mobile...

Chris Boyan, Transportation Services interim director, discusses parking options and fees.

GPSA discusses transportation issues

ALEX MCCOLLUM, Multimedia editor November 9, 2021

The Graduate and Professional Student Association voted during a Monday night meeting to appoint Priyanka Upadhyaya as the senator-at large for the College of Agricultural, Human and Natural Resource Sciences.  The...

Commuters must leave on-campus parking lots by 1 p.m. Nov. 19 for the Friday night home game.

WSU asks commuters to park off campus for Friday night football home game

SAM TAYLOR, Evergreen sports editor November 4, 2021

WSU is asking students, faculty and staff to plan ahead and park off campus after 1 p.m. Nov. 19 because of the Friday night football home game.  WSU will offer free park-and-rides for people who park...

Pullman School Districts shortage is a product of the ongoing pandemic, said Joe Thornton, PSD director of operations.

School district, Pullman Transit experience bus driver shortage

ALEX MCCOLLUM, Multimedia editor October 20, 2021

Both Pullman Transit and the Pullman School District are experiencing a shortage of bus drivers, causing more work for other drivers and dispatchers. The school district's shortage is a product of the...

If everything goes according to plan, then the electric buses will be on the road by the time school starts.

Pullman Transit to become more sustainable

ANDREA GONZALEZ, Evergreen reporter July 8, 2021

Pullman Transit received two electric buses on June 30, helping to cut costs and be more sustainable.  Extensive research was done regarding the vehicles’ cost, projected maintenance and the efficiency...

The third electric bus is expected to arrive in Pullman in 18 months.

City of Pullman to add third electric bus to transit system

SAYDEE PHOTHIVONGSA, Evergreen reporter May 23, 2021

Pullman Transit expects to receive two electric buses in June and a third next year with help from federal funding.  The Washington State Department of Transportation notified Pullman city...

Annual sales tax revenue decreased from 2020 because of the cancellation of certain events like WSU football games, Mom’s Weekend and graduation, said Mike Urban, Pullman city director of finance & administrative services. Typically those events generate about $300,000.

City administrator gives financial overview 

KIARA DOYAL April 20, 2021

The City of Pullman and League of Women Voters of Pullman discussed how COVID-19 impacted city finances for the year during a meeting Tuesday afternoon. “Having to live through a time of all of these...

The third electric bus is expected to arrive in Pullman in 18 months.

Pullman Transit releases limited schedule

ANDREA GONZALEZ, Evergreen reporter August 23, 2020

Students who use Pullman Transit will follow a new route schedule starting Aug. 24, but the schedule may be subject to changes because of COVID-19 restrictions. The plan is to start the semester with...

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