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May 2, 2012
By Kyle Ranally
Ohio University Transportation and Parking Services encourages everyone to take advantage of free transportation opportunities offered year round.
“Tired of having to hike from one end of the campus to the other?” said Bridget Allman, transportation operations supervisor. “Fed up with having to climb ‘the hill’ every morning? Having a hard time finding a convenient place to park on main campus? If so, then let us drive!”
Transportation Services consists of motor pool operations, University Airport Shuttle, charter bus operations, Campus Area Transit System (CATS), Campus Area Transit Cutting Across Boundaries (CAT CAB), Courtyard Apartments bus service, University Service garage, campus fueling system vehicle registration/titling and licensing.
The University Airport Shuttle takes students to and from the Port Columbus Airport on certain dates. This service will be offered to moms flying into Columbus. From 6 to 11 p.m. Friday, May 4, the shuttle will be coming from the airport to the OHIO campus. Then, from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 6, shuttles will travel from the Baker University Center to the Columbus airport. This service costs $35.
The CATS shuttle bus is handicap accessible and offers routes across many locations on campus, including Grosvenor, Mill Street Apartments, the biochemistry building and many more.
The CAT CAB is available to individuals with mobility limitations within a one-mile radius of the Baker University Center.
For more information about Transportation and Parking Services, visit http://www.facilities.ohiou.edu/trans/.