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Parking and Transit Service Survey

Parking and Transportation Services is developing the parking and transportation plan for the 2014-2015 academic year.  Please take a moment to provide your feedback on the services we offer and priorities for the future by completing the PTS Spring 2014 Survey

WKU will be losing 250 parking spaces in the coming year.  While projects to offset these losses are being explored, it is unlikely we’ll be able to completely offset these losses on the main campus.  This will result in higher competition for parking during fall semester.

The purpose of this survey is to gauge the level of support in the campus community for different strategies that are being considered.  We will use this feedback as we develop the fall plan. 

The survey is anonymous.  After you have submitted your responses, there is an opportunity to sign up for a prize drawing.

If you have questions, please e-mail Parking and Transportation Services at transportation@wku.edu.

Thank you for your time and participation.

Parking and Transportation Services

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