Safety is the university’s top priority and Facilities Operations and Development (FOD), CampusParc, Transportation & Traffic Management (TTM) and the Department of Public Safety work together to offer services during the winter months to keep you safe. As snow and ice start to collect, FOD teams are dispatched to treat campus roadways and sidewalks. They remain on campus throughout the day and night treating and plowing as needed. CampusParc crews will also be on campus treating parking lots and garages, with garage rooftops remaining open, when possible. Learn more on the CampusParc website .
In observance of the Thanksgiving holiday, most CABS routes, except the Med Center Express, will provide break service on Wed. (11/21) and no service Thurs. (11/22) – Sat. (11/24). The Med Center Express will run its normal schedule Wed. (11/21) – Fri. (11/23), and no service on Sat. (11/24). Staff working in the Wexner Medical Center area on Saturday should follow the home football Saturday transportation and parking operations .
On Sun. (11/25), CABS service will resume with the Med Center Express, Overnight and Weekend, Buckeye Village and paratransit service.
The Columbus Turkey Trot will take place on Thurs. (11/22). Rolling closures will occur on several roads, including Lane Ave., Kenny Road and Woody Hayes Drive. from approximately 8:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Motorists traveling to campus are asked to follow the directions of officials in the roadway and to anticipate heavy vehicular and pedestrian traffic on campus during the event.
In observance of the Veterans Day holiday, CABS will run reduced service on Monday (11/12). The Overnight and Weekend, Buckeye Village and paratransit will operate on the weekend schedule . The Med Center Express will run its normal schedule. All other routes will not run during this time.
There are several hazards that exist for pedestrians traveling on and around campus. Do you know how to avoid dangerous situations? In this edition of the Environmental Health & Safety brief, learn a few tips to make it safely to your destination.
Cities aiming to become smarter should look to cooperate heavily with their neighbors, but be careful to ensure they keep people — not technology — at the forefront of any experiments in technological innovation.
Those were some of the key lessons from the Smart Regions Conference, hosted by smart city investment firm Venture Smarter in Columbus OH during two days late last week.
More dedicated bicycle lanes, designated parking spaces for scooters and bikes and a change in culture could lead more people to find alternate means of getting to The Ohio State University.
Four university experts on health, mobility and city planning discussed what it would take to make central Ohio and the Columbus campus a more walkable or bikeable community last week at a conference at Pomerene Hall. It was part of Ohio State’s Mobility Week campaign to educate and inspire students, faculty and staff to learn more about the transportation options that go beyond the single-occupant car.
The Ohio State Four-Miler event will occur on Sunday, October 28. Traffic delays, road closures and CABS impacts will occur. During the event, vehicular traffic will be delayed entering / exiting areas within the event route . Please see below for an overview of impacts.
Road Closures Cannon Drive, between John Herrick Drive and Woody Hayes Drive, will be closed completely from approximately 7 a.m. – 1 p.m. Woodruff Ave., Woody Hayes Dr., Tuttle Park Pl., Neil Avenue, Lane Avenue, High Street, 19th Ave., 18th Ave., 11th Ave., 12th Avenue., College Rd. and Annie and...
The Columbus Marathon will take place on Sunday (10/21) from approximately 8:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Several campus streets, including sections of Neil Ave., 12th Ave., College Rd., Annie and John Glenn Ave., Woody Hayes Dr., Kenny Rd., Lane Ave. and King Ave. will be closed. Access to the Carmack Lots on west campus will be available via Kinnear Road only. The Med Center Express will continue its normal service. All other CABS routes will be suspended during this time. Motorists should anticipate traffic delays in these areas during the event.