The Relay for Life event will take place on Saturday (10/19) from 11 a.m. - 11 p.m. During this time, Dodd Drive, in front of McCampbell Hall as well as westbound 10th Avenue, in front of The James, will be closed. Access to the South Cannon Garage will be maintained via The James forecourt. Exiting garage traffic will be directed eastboundon 10th Avenue.
Traffic officials will be on-site to direct motorists accordingly. Motorists should anticipate traffic delays in these areas during this time.
The Ohio State Four-Miler event will occur on Saturday, October 12. 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. High St., Woodruff Ave., Woody Hayes Dr., Tuttle Park Pl., Neil Ave., Lane Ave., 19th Ave., 18th Ave., 11th Ave., 12th Avenue., College Rd. and Annie and...
On Thursday, October 3 , a university-hosted event will impact parking, traffic and CABS service near Ohio Stadium. Motorists should anticipate significant travel delays and plan ahead.
Beginning at 12:01 a.m. The Northeast Stadium Lot will close at 12:01 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 3. Please visit the CampusParc website for alternate parking options.
Beginning at 5:30 p.m. Annie and John Glenn Avenue as well as Tuttle Park Place, between Tuttle Garage and RPAC, will close. The North Express will stop service at 5:30 p.m. Buckeye Village will be rerouted to eastbound...
The Homecoming Parade will take place on Fri. (10/4). Sections of Woody Hayes Dr., Woodruff Ave., College Rd., Cannon Dr., 12th Ave., Annie and John Glenn Ave., 18th Ave. and 19th Ave. will be closed 5:30 p.m.-8 p.m. Road closure details are listed below. All CABS routes, except the Med Center Express, Martha Morehouse and Ackerman routes, will be suspended during this time. A shuttle will be available to take passengers between the Herrick Hub and Buckeye Lots during the parade. Traffic delays are anticipated.
The Ohio Union Activities Board concert will occur on the evening of Friday, September 27. From 4:30 p.m. – 11:30 p.m., 12th Ave., between College Rd. and Neil Ave., as well as College Rd., between 12th Ave. and Hagerty Dr. will be closed in both directions. The CABS CLN, CLS, WC and ER will be rerouted during this time and CABS stops located along impacted roadways will not be serviced. Access to the Ohio Union garages will be maintained via High St. as well as College Rd., north of Hagerty Dr.
A new shop to keep Buckeye bicyclists safe and on the road is open for business at The Ohio State University.
The Buckeye Bike Hub plans a grand opening ceremony Tuesday evening. The hub is located at the northwest corner of the RPAC, near the sand volleyball courts, and offers bicycle repair and cycling supplies as well as educational clinics about bike maintenance, cycling skills and bike safety.
On Saturday, September 14, from 4 p.m. – 9 p.m., 12th Avenue, between High Street and College Road, will be closed for the MCC Block Party . Vehicular traffic will be detoured to 11th or 18th avenues during this time. Travel delays and heavy pedestrian traffic are anticipated.
Students heading back to class means tens of thousands of people are navigating their way around The Ohio State University Columbus campus. School officials are making traffic safety a top priority – whether it’s by car, scooter, bike or foot.
The Lantern wrote about new scooter parking zones strategically placed near The Oval. The Department of Transportation and Traffic Manageemnt installed 13 parking zones to reinforce the walk-zone rules and to enhance overall safety.
Dan Hedman, university spokesperson, told the publication thagt Ohio State conducted studies and found that riders are parking scooters where they may block accessible walkways and entrances.