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The final section of the Browning Center bus stop will be finished in the next year. Photo credit: Summer Muster

OGXpectations

Alexandrea Bonilla March 28, 2022

Weber State students can expect construction cones and detours around campus for the foreseeable future. Students can and should continue to expect changes in the shuttle system and what travel to and...

The Wildcat Express logo on the bus shelter in the Dee Events Center parking lot. Photo credit: Marisa Nelson

OGX spells trouble for campus shuttle

Marisa Nelson November 15, 2021

The Wildcat Express, the campus shuttle that has been in operation for over 40 years, includes faithful employees Brent Hansen, Wildcat Express shuttle driver, and Ross LaRue, assistant fleet manager,...

Sidewalk closures can be seen in multiple locations on campus. (Paige McKinnon/The Signpost)

Mission Impossible: Parking on campus

Lucas Moore September 13, 2021

Parking has long been a frustrating obstacle for students and faculty alike, which has continued into the fall 2021 semester. With construction causing even more parking chaos than normal, many students...

Tractors and other equipment for the construction are seen all over campus as a result of the construction. (Bella Torres / The Signpost)

Bus rapid transit system begins to take shape on campus

Adam Rubin August 27, 2021

In late 2023, Weber State University's Bus Rapid Transit system will be finished, if all goes according to plan. The idea of creating such a transportation project has bounced around for roughly 20 years,...

Map of WSU Ogden campus. (Weber State University) Photo credit: Weber State University

WSU parking can get chaotic — Here’s some advice

Caitlyn Nichols April 19, 2021

This past year of mostly virtual classes has made parking at the Ogden campus of Weber State University so easy. With most students at home, parking lots usually don't even fill up. If we’re honest,...

The UTA pass provided to students allows access on buses, TRAX, and Frontrunner. The 603 bus line connects students from Ogdens transit center to WSU main campus and the stops in-between, while the 650 fast bus connects students from Ogdens transit center directly to WSU main campus. (The Signpost Archives)

A ’Cat’s commute: Tips and tricks for traveling to and from WSU

Leah Higginbotham April 2, 2017

A big part of moving from high school to college, in the movies at least, is living on campus. Weber State University, however, is largely a commuter school. True, there are plenty of dorms for those...

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