As summer semester begins, major roadway projects will kick-off:
On Sunday, May 9, late evening after spring commencement, through mid-July, 12th Ave. between Cannon Dr. and Harding Hospital will be closed to accommodate utility work to support construction of the new inpatient hospital . The Ackerman Shuttle will utilize the EMS temporary route, stopping at the Biomedical Research Tower (instead of Harding Hospital), continuing to Doan Hall and Meiling Hall as usual, and returning via John Herrick Dr. Read More
On Monday, May 10, College Road will be closed in two phases. The Campus...
CABS will run reduced service on Saturday, May 1, with the West Campus route stopping at 6 p.m. and no Buckeye Loop service. The Shot Shuttle will continue to run from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. On Sunday, May 2, there will be no CABS service. As a reminder, CABS summer service begins Monday, May 3.
CABS summer service begins May 3. Most CABS routes run reduced bus service Monday - Friday, with no service overnight, on the weekends and on university holidays. The Med Center Express and Overnight On-Demand service at the Wexner Medical Center continue to run its normal schedule during this time.
Students will be moving out of residence halls April 23 - May 1, with the busiest days occurring on April 30 and May 1. Parking lots, garages, loading zones and roadways will be busier than normal during this time. Traffic delays are anticipated, so motorists should plan accordingly. Please note that normal parking restrictions still apply during move-out.
Earn up to $16 an hour as a student bus driver for Ohio State’s Campus Area Bus Service (CABS). We will train you to drive! Options are also available for students who prefer to drive smaller vehicles. CABS offers flexible scheduling to accommodate class schedules. If you’d rather not be behind the wheel, apply to be a student service crew member, with starting pay at $14 an hour. Positions are available for summer and autumn semesters.
Bikes left unattended for an extended period of time on campus are removed and impounded, so be sure to consider storing your bike or taking it home this summer.
Consider the following options:
Store It Temporarily Temporary storage options for the summer are available on campus through TTM. Additional information and a temporary bicycle storage space reservation form is available online . Take it Home Bikes left unattended for an extended period of time on campus are removed and impounded, so be sure to take your bicycle home this summer or store it temporarily Read...
From Sunday (5/9) late evening, after spring commencement, through Sunday (7/18) early evening, 12th Ave. between Cannon Dr. and Harding Hospital will be closed to accommodate utility work to support construction of the new inpatient hospital . Signage will detour traffic from Cannon Dr., east on Herrick Dr., south on Neil Ave., west on 12th Ave.
The Ackerman Shuttle will utilize the EMS temporary route, stopping at the Biomedical Research Tower (instead of Harding Hospital), continuing to Doan Hall and Meiling Hall as usual, and returning via John Herrick Dr.
During the Spring Football Game on Sat. (4/17), the Buckeye Loop will not service RPAC between 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. A temporary stop will be located in front of The Blackwell. The West Campus route will not service the Mid-Towers, St. John (WB) and Midwest Campus (WB) bus stops during this time. All other routes, including paratransit service, will run regular service. Cannon Dr., between Herrick Dr. and Woody Hayes Dr., may close depending on traffic conditions. Motorists are encouraged to plan ahead, allow additional travel time and follow the directions of traffic control officers in this area....
Getting a shot at the Schott just got easier by a lot.
The Campus Area Bus Service’s Shot Shuttle runs weekdays from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturdays 7 a.m. to 3 p.m to transport students, faculty and staff to their COVID-19 vaccination appointments at the Schottenstein Center. The shuttle stops every 10 minutes at the Schottenstein Center, the Ohio Union and Blackburn House.
The Shot Shuttle supports the university’s announcement that beginning April 14, Ohio State will allocate 25 percent of the Wexner Medical Center’s first-dose vaccines to any student, faculty or staff member and aims to...
The Ohio State University Campus Area Bus Service (CABS) was recently awarded $679,485 from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). CABS will use the funds, along with its own money, to replace four diesel-powered transit buses with four, new Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) buses. The total cost is estimated at just more than $2 million and supports Ohio State’s sustainability goals by lowering the overall carbon footprint with alternative vehicles.
“We are thrilled to receive this funding from the Ohio EPA and will use it to invest in the future of alternative transportation,” said Beth Snoke, director...