According to a recent article by The Lantern, over the past five years at Ohio State 36 percent of all on-campus accidents involving pedestrians and vehicles occured along Woodruff Avenue.
Share the Road is an educational university initiative to promote traffic safety for all traffic types. The initiative emphasizes that all pedestrians and vehicle operators share the responsibility of safety when traveling on and around campus, and each semester, the university holds an educational event and places signs around campus to promote traffic safety.
Dan Hedman, a university spokesperson, said the university advises everyone to share the road...
On Ohio State men's basketball game days , particularly on weekdays, please expect heavier than normal vehicular and pedestrian traffic, CABS service delays and minimal available parking in the area, especially the Buckeye Lot .
Buckeye Lot parkers should expect heavy traffic and traffic pattern changes approximately 90 minutes prior to tip-off. During this time, please follow directions of officials in the area.
Whether it’s a job, family or money, we all face challenges that stress us out in life. James Botts, an Inventory Control Specialist with TTM, says there was a time when the ups and downs of life pushed him to the limit.
That’s when he committed to living a healthy lifestyle and learning to channel his energy.
“I read an article in a magazine and I started getting heavily into it,” Botts said. “I started getting books on subjects and started reading the latest literature.”
Botts started running on a regular basis but herniated a disc in...
The scarlet and gray goes scarlet and silver with its new biking status.
After applying two times — once in 2011 and again in 2015 — for bicycle-friendly status, Ohio State has increased its status from a bronze-level campus to a silver-level campus, according to a press release from League of American Bicyclists.
The national organization recognizes colleges and universities for promoting and enabling safe, accessible bicycling on campus, according to a release on Thursday. The league measures all applicants on five major categories, including engineering, education, encouragement, enforcement and evaluation and planning.
The Ohio State University earned national recognition as a silver-level bicycle friendly campus, according to the League of American Bicyclists. The national organization recognizes colleges and universities for promoting and enabling safe, accessible bicycling on campus.
“Ohio State works hard to promote multimodal transportation in support of our sustainability goals,” said Beth Snoke, the university’s Director of Transportation and Traffic Management. “Safety and sustainability remain our top priority and earning a silver rating speaks to the ongoing enhancements that continue to be made on our Columbus campus.”
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.
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 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.