Transportation in Pullman, Washington
Cost of Living,
The average one-way commute in Pullman, WA, takes 15 minutes. 54% of commuters drive their own car alone. 10% carpool with others. 9% take mass transit and 3% work from home.
Pullman Transportation SperlingViews
Pullman, WA Home of WSU: Fabulous community for young families and kids. It is a very low key atmosphere with all the culture, activities and services of a larger town. We don't have every... (read more)College: Small college town. Easy to study in a quite town, also plenty of... (read more)The Schools here: Since Pullman is a college town the average education level of community members if fairly high. As a result education is valued here more highly than in other places I... (read more)Have an opinion about Pullman? Leave a commentTo See All SperlingViews for Pullman Click Here
Pullman General SperlingViews
Pullman: Rural area--great schools, climate, relaxed, Idaho next door--need I say... (read more)Pullman WA: If you want to live in the big city then Pullman is not for you. However, if you like sunshine, fresh air, no traffic, friendly people, beautiful scenery, low crime,... (read more)Pullman: My husband and I are both tenure-track professors at Washington State University and should be grateful to have two great jobs at the same university; however, we just... (read more)Have an opinion about Pullman? Leave a commentTo See All SperlingViews for Pullman Click Here