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Thanksgiving Break Parking and Transit

Thanksgiving Break is almost here!  We would like to take this opportunity to remind you of a few parking adjustments during the break.

 Parking: 

  • Intersession parking will be observed on Wednesday, November 21st – Sunday, November 25th at 4:30 p.m. (all student zones become All Permit zones). 
  • WKU football game day parking is in effect for Saturday, November 24th.   
  • Please see the following links for reserved lots, road closings, and tailgating information. 

 Transit: 

  • No regular Topper Transit Wednesday, November 21st – Sunday, November 25th.
  • The Shopping Shuttle will have service on Wednesday and Saturday from 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. (on the hour). 
  • No ADA service will be provided other than the Wednesday and Saturday Shopping Shuttle.

Please visit us at www.wku.edu/transportation or contact us at 270-745-2361 with any questions. 

Have a great Thanksgiving! 

PTS

 

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