The Columbus Dispatch recently wrote about new sustainable transportation investments throughout Ohio as a result of a national settlement against Volkswagen.
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.
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.
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.
For the first time, The Ohio State University on Thurday gave the public a chance to test electric vehicles for themselves.
Approximately 250 Ohio State students, faculty and staff pre-registered for the chance to take an electric car out for a spin at the Smart Columbus Ride and Drive Roadshow.
Come out to the Center for Automotive Research (CAR) on June 7 from 9 – 4 p.m. to take part in the first Smart Columbus Ride & Drive Roadshow held at Ohio State. Test drive one of the newest electric vehicles on the market and learn more about the multi-modal transit options central Ohio has to offer.