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By Michaela Friedrich
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Eagle Station: Efficiency, sustainability and mobility

 

Last updated 6/2/2022 at 10:53am

Michaela Friedrich

A student waits at Eagle Station Bay 2 equipped with heaters, wind barriers and a design that compliments the EWU campus.

CHENEY – Eastern Washington University's (EWU) new bus stop, Eagle Station, located on Elm Street, offers EWU community members an inexpensive, sustainable way of getting from point A to point B.

The project was under construction for more than nine months. It officially debuted with a ribbon-cutting on Earth Day, April 25, as a testament to the sustainable aspect of public transportation.

Shawn King, associate vice president of facilities and planning at EWU, said the idea behind the new Eagle station was accessibility and mobility.

"One of our main planning methodologies was access. We...



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