Aiport Shuttles for Holidays
|Date: Monday, November 11th, 2013||Return|
Take the stress out of traveling to and from the Nashville Airport this holiday season. Parking & Transportation Services has partnered with InShuttle Transportation to offer a reduced rate faculty, staff, and students.
PTS subsidizes the rate for students so we can offer a convenient, affordable, and easy-to-use shuttle service to the Nashville Airport.
Simply log into InShuttle's dedicated WKU reservation site using your WKU NetID and password to schedule your on-campus pick-up location. You can select from the following pick-up locations:
- Creason Lot bus shelter
- Campbell Lane bus shelter
- Intersection of College Heights Blvd. and Avenue of Champions
- Pearce Ford Tower
The special discounted rate for a WKU student one-way shuttle ticket is $50. Groups of five or more receive a 10% discount off the regular full price.
The special rate for a faculty/staff one-way shuttle ticket is $70. Groups of five or more receive a 10% discount off the regular full price.
Make your reservations now at http://www.InShuttle.com/wku. Advance notice of 24-hours is required and payment is made at the time of reservation.
For more information, contact PTS directly at 270-745-2361 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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