WKU offering shuttle service to Nashville Airport!
|Date: Friday, November 4th, 2011||Return to Archive|
Visit www.InShuttle.com/wku to make your reservations.
WKU Parking and Transportation is partnering with InShuttle Transportation to offer a shuttle service to the Nashville Airport for students, faculty, staff, departments and affiliated organizations.
“Parking and Transportation is excited to start this service for the WKU community and we feel it will serve a great need,” said Dr. Jennifer Tougas, Parking Services Director. “We hope that this shuttle will make travel for work and leisure more cost efficient and convenient.”
The shuttle will leave campus from various locations four times throughout the day and will have six return shuttles from the airport. The cost will be $50 for students, $70 for employees and $63 for departmental groups of five or more for a one-way shuttle ticket. Reservations can be made online. Advance notice of 24 hours is required and payment is made at the time of reservation.
“Parking and Transportation’s research found that both students and employees wanted shuttle service to the Nashville Airport,” said Dennis Cain, Parking Services Transportation Analyst. “Our goal is to meet WKU’s needs and we are always looking for ways to do so.”
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