The University of Idaho is surrounded by the rolling Palouse hills, an area so beautiful it was featured in National Geographic magazine. The city of Moscow is listed in the book: The One Hundred Best Small Arts Towns in America. Since we have limited access to the travel conveniences of larger communities, we've put together the list below to help you decide what mode of transportation will be best for you.
However you chose to get here, the CAA staff recommends that you arrive in Moscow on Sunday, July 6.
Summer Design Week is held on the campus of the University of Idaho in Moscow, Idaho. The area is served by two regional and one international airport. Each airport has rental car service, and other agencies in the areas provide rental vehicles.
- Spokane International Airport, Spokane, Washington: approximately 90 miles north of Moscow, served by many major carriers.
- Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport, Pullman, Washington: approximately 4 miles west of Moscow, served by Alaska Airlines/Horizon Air.
- Lewiston-Nez Perce County Regional Airport, Lewiston, ID: approximately 25 miles south of Moscow, served by Alaska Airlines/Horizon Air and SkyWest.
Alaska Airlines is offering a discount code for flights purchased for this event. The Discount Code is: ECMU202. Find out how to use it.
Charter bus service is available (long-distance, airport service or around town) from Wheatland Express Bus Charters and Motor Coach Tours for the Pacific Northwest and West Coast.
It may be possible to arrange carpools or share transportation with other CAA participants. A list of participants near you will be provided on request.
In case you wish to arrive early or stay late
College of Art & Architecture does not necessarily endorse any of these facilities.
|Anderson on 8th Bed and Breakfast
|Andriettes Bed, Book, and Bicycle
|University Inn and Convention Center (Best Western)
|Super 8 Motel
|Green Hill Bed and Breakfast
|Hazelton House Bed and Breakfast
|American Travel Inn
|Cougar Land Motel
|Holiday Inn Express - Pullman
If driving into Moscow, you may reach the residence hall registration area as follows:
ARRIVING FROM THE SOUTH
‐ Proceed north on US 95 into Moscow to 6th
Street. Turn left on
Street and drive west until you see the Wallace Complex on your right. There are parking meters in front of Wallace or a gold parking lot directly across the street for your convenience. Follow the signs to the check‐in table.
ARRIVING FROM THE NORTH
‐ Proceed south on US 95 into Moscow to 6th
Street. Turn right on 6th
Street and drive west until you see the Wallace Complex on your right. There are parking meters in front of Wallace or a gold parking lot directly across the street. Follow the signs to the check‐in table.
ARRIVING FROM THE WEST
(Washington/Pullman direction) ‐ Proceed east past the Palouse
Empire Mall to Line Street (third traffic light). Turn right on Line Street and drive three blocks and take a right on 6th
Street. Proceed west on 6th
Street until you see the Wallace Complex on your right. There are parking meters in front of Wallace or a gold parking lot directly across the street. Follow the signs to the check‐in table.
Visitor parking permits are NOT required during the summer at the University of Idaho as long as one parks in a Red, Blue, Purple, Magenta, or Gray lot. Permits ARE required to park in Gold and Green lots. Permits are NOT required on weekends for any lot. Please park in regular parking areas (not handicapped, loading zone, metered spaces, reserved spaces, etc.)
Workshop participants will be allowed to park on campus without a visitor's permit in a special parking area, which will be relayed to the participants at registration on July 6, 2013.
Participants will be allowed to park on campus without a visitor's permit in a special parking area, which will be relayed to the participants.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
or call Prof. Phillip Mead at 208-301-0529