| March 20, 2018

Parking: Navigating Pullman

Pullman, and Washington State, are foreign entities to most Vandal fans. There are several ways to get tickets and find a way to Pullman.


Tickets for sections 22, 23 and 24 can be purchased for $8, cash only, from 5-5:45 p.m. at the Kibbie Dome pregame rally in the gravel parking lot.

Washington State is selling tickets at wsucougars.com and Idaho is selling tickets on govandals.com. Tickets are between $8 and $14.


ASUI is hosting three shuttles to Pullman. The buses leave at 6 p.m. from the Kibbie Dome tailgating lot. The bus seats are limited. To ensure a seat, plan to arrive early. There will be free hot dogs in store for the first 170 people. Be sure to bring a valid student ID, Vandal apparel and a ticket to the game.


Pullman seems confusing when compared to UI, but many rules are similar. Arriving early will ensure a favorable, free spot.

The lot south of Johnson Hall on Stadium Way has free parking after 5 p.m. and is available one-and-a-half hours before tipoff.

Parking-passes can be purchased at $10 per vehicle for the Red 2 lot east of the indoor practice facility on Ferdinand’s Lane.

The library garage costs $3 to park after 5 p.m. The garage is a little over half a mile from the Coliseum.

Keep an eye out for signs that read “No parking without a permit,” and “No parking,” as parking in these areas will earn a hefty ticket.

Free general parking areas are spread out on campus. These lots, mostly located around Martin Stadium, are free to use after 5 p.m.

Disability parking is provided in the lot on the north and east side of Beasley.

Colton Clark can be reached at arg-sports@uidaho.edu

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