The National Weather Service is projecting cold, but rising, temperatures early Thursday morning.
The Ohio State University Columbus campus will OPEN Thursday, January 31 at 7 a.m. However, all classes scheduled to start prior to 11 a.m. will be CANCELED. Any class beginning at 11 a.m., or later, will proceed as scheduled. In accordance with the 7 a.m. reopening, all staff should return to work on Thursday in alignment with their normal schedule.
Campus Area Bus Service (CABS) will continue to operate on the reduced schedule, listed below,...
On January 23, Ohio State launched the Sustainability Institute, which has been designed to support and integrate sustainability and resilience scholarship and activities across the university. The institute will help in areas including development of research grant proposals; enhancing student curriculum; building partnerships with businesses, government agencies, non-profit organizations and peer universities; hosting educational and outreach events; and creating opportunities for living laboratories for teaching and research on campus.
Beth Snoke, director of the universit's Department of Transportation and Traffic Management, spoke at the launch event. “Getting to carbon neutrality by 2050 will take creativity, commitment and innovation,” said...
In anticipation of inclement weather conditions on Saturday, Jan. 19, and in an effort to make garages more accessible for faculty and staff working on university holidays, the medical center will open the 9th Avenue West Garage from Friday, Jan. 18, at 6 p.m. through Monday, Jan. 21.
To align with the changes, the Med Center Express and Overnight On-Demand service will end service at Saturday, Jan. 19, at 12:30 a.m. Service resumes on Tuesday, Jan. 22, at 12:01 a.m. with the Overnight On-Demand shuttle.
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In an effort to make garages more accessible for faculty and staff working over the holidays, the medical center will open the 9th Avenue West Garage for use during specified holiday periods. Additional information is available at https://onesource.osumc.edu/ or go.osu.edu/eventimpacts .
In response to rider feedback, the Med Center Express (MC) will now serve the Carmack 5 bus stops from 8 a.m. – 12:30 a.m., Monday – Friday. In addition, two additional buses have been added to the Med Center Express between 6:15 a.m. – 7 a.m. Riders may share comments at firstname.lastname@example.org and are also encouraged to download the Ohio State app for real-time GPS CABS tracking.
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.
Mobility Week, which will be held October 15-19, is a coordinated effort to educate, engage and empower the campus community around the current options and future of mobility on campus and beyond. There are several opportunities provided throughout the week to get in on the movement to drive less and drive electric.
As the winner of the U.S. Department of Transportation's (USDOT) first-ever Smart City Challenge, Columbus was awarded $50 million in grant funding and the designation as America's Smart City. The initiative seeks to transform mobility in central Ohio, and change what it's like to live in our...
National Drive Electric Week runs September 8 - 16. Read below to learn more about The Ohio State University's efforts to advance sustainability through the use of alternate fuels, including electric vehicles.