Beginning Wednesday, August 3, and continuing through Sunday, August 14, 11th Avenue north of the 11th Avenue Garage will be closed in both directions for roadway work. Garage access will be maintained as work progresses with shifting of access, as applicable. Dates and impacts may change depending on field conditions, but signage will be in place. For maps to access the garage, visit http://go43210.osu.edu .
Beginning Friday, July 22, and continuing through Wednesday, July 27 (updated 7-25-16), the City of Columbus has advised that 9th Avenue west of Neil Avenue will be closed for roadway resurfacing following utilities work. The 9th Avenue Garages will remain accessible via eastbound Medical Center Drive to eastbound 9th Avenue. Motorists should use King Avenue as detour. The Med Center Express, Campus Loop South, and Campus Loop North will also use King Avenue during this time, with no temporary stops. Once the work is complete, buses will resume their normal routes in this area.
Beginning Tuesday, July 19, and continuing for approximately 3 weeks, the City of Columbus has advised that 11th Avenue, between Worthington St. and Neil Ave., will be westbound only. Access to the 11th Avenue Garage will be maintained, accessible via east on 10th Ave., north on Highland Ave., and west on 11th Ave.
On Monday, July 18, Neil Avenue and 12th Avenue will reopen to two-way traffic, however, work will continue to occur in the area. The Med Center Express and Campus Loop North will resume their regular route along these reopened roadways.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State University broke ground today on a new Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) fueling station — the first of its kind for an Ohio university. The station will serve the university’s Department of Transportation and Traffic Management, as well as the City of Columbus, and may be utilized by additional university, state agency and central Ohio municipalities.
Woodruff Avenue, between High Street and Tuttle Park Place, will be closed in both directions July 16-23 for roadway work. During this time, westbound vehicular traffic from High Street should use 18th Avenue to College Road. Eastbound traffic should use Tuttle Park Place to Annie and John Glenn Avenue. The Campus Loop North, Campus Loop South and Buckeye Village will be rerouted.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Researchers and facilities at The Ohio State University will play a central role as the collaborative Smart City team comes together under an unprecedented $140 million program to transform Central Ohio into the nation’s premier transportation innovation region.
Collaboration between Columbus and local partners, including Ohio State, helped the city beat out 70 competitors to be named the nation’s Smart City by the U.S. Department of Transportation.
The U.S. Department of Transportation announced the grant at a news conference today in the city’s Linden neighborhood, which will see transportation upgrades under the grant.
Beginning Tuesday, June 21, and continuing through early August, Carmack Road, between Bevis Hall and the Carmack Road corner, will be closed for roadway improvements. The north / south portion of Carmack Road, between Arthur Adams Drive and the corner, will be southbound only. CABS buses will be rerouted westbound Lane Avenue to southbound Carmack Road and will not service the Carmack Corner or Bevis Hall stops. Parking lots will remain accessible. Motorists should follow detour signage in the area.