On Tuesday (3/30), from early morning through late afternoon, Tuttle Park Place south of Neil Avenue will experience lane restrictions for utility work conducted by the City of Columbus. Traffic control officials will facilitate traffic through the intersection, and pedestrians will be directed to the north crosswalk.
More than 540 emergency locks have been installed in classroom pool spaces across The Ohio State University’s Columbus campus. The locks enhance safety for students and faculty in 48 academic buildings.
“These enhancements will help our campus community members secure in place during an emergency,” said Robert Armstrong, Ohio State’s director of Emergency Management and Fire Prevention.
Facilities Operations and Development (FOD), the Registrar’s Office and the Department of Public Safety worked together to plan and implement the approximately $1 million project that kicked off in March 2018 and concluded in March 2021.
Beginning Tuesday (3/16) early morning through Tuesday (3/23) late afternoon, parking restrictions will be in place at the Veterinary Medical Center parking lots to accommodate construction. Signage will detour pedestrians.
On Saturday (3/20), from early morning through late evening, the Drinko Hall parking lot will be closed for a crane lift. Signage will detour pedestrians. Alternate ADA parking is available at the Union Garages.
From Thursday (3/18) early morning through Thursday (3/25) early evening, parking restrictions will be in place at the 12th Avenue Garage, with a few spaces blocked on the 5th level and the 6th level closed completely to accommodate utility repairs.
In 2015, the amount of water Ohio State used in a year — about 1.3 billion gallons — could fill Ohio Stadium more than 3.5 times.
Since then, the university has reduced campus water consumption by nearly 29%, or 379 million gallons, by fixing issues found during building water audits, repairing leaks in water mains and installing low-flow fixtures. Because of that marked success, the university this year, as part of its sustainability goals , increased its water reduction target to 10% per capita every five years, from the original 5% per capita, by 2025....
Beginning Wednesday (3/17) early morning through Tuesday (4/13) mid evening, Herrick Dr., from Woody Hayes Dr. to Olentangy River Rd., will undergo lane restrictions to accommodate utility installation. One lane NB and one lane SB will be maintained EXCEPT between the entrance to Parker Food Science and Tharpe St., which will be reduced to one lane only for both NB and SB traffic, facilitated by temporary traffic signals. The MC route of the CABS buses will be detoured to Cannon Drive.
Client Access, Preferred Direction of Traffic - The Veterinary College of Medicine has requested the...
UPDATE - Beginning Friday (3/12) for the duration of this impact, the entrance to Blankenship Hall and the Adventure Recreation Center from Woody Hayes Dr. will be closed to ease congestion caused by increased construction traffic. Access will be accommodated via Kenny Rd., just north of the Martha Morehouse complex.
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Beginning Monday (2/22) through September, the EB lanes of Woody Hayes Dr. between Blankenship Hall and Herrick Dr. will be closed to facilitate utility work supporting the Combined Heat and Power Plant. Two-way traffic will be maintained in the WB lanes. The south sidewalk...
Beginning Tuesday (3/16) eary morning through Tuesday (3/23) late afternoon, rolling lane restrictions will occur daily on NB Cannon Drive between Medical Center Drive and 10th Avenue to accommodate landscaping. NB traffic will be maintained.