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A Corvallis Public Transit bus makes it way down Monroe st. The citys transit service is free to ride.

Local agencies bolster support for alternative transportation

Maxwell Hatala, News Contributor
March 2, 2020

With the upcoming Housing Fair and students deciding between new places to live, one of the first questions posited is, ‘how am I actually getting to campus?’Living near campus usually correlates with...

Flowers and signs placed around the crosswalk on SW Third Street in Corvallis in remembrance of an 11-year-old who was fatally hit early last month.

Corvallis City Council to vote on amendment to direct funds for pedestrian, cyclist safety

William Ross, News Contributor
February 3, 2020

Monday evening the Corvallis City Council will meet to consider a proposed amendment to the Transportation Maintenance Fee, which could bring $30,000 of additional funding for pedestrian and cyclist safety.With...

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OSU encourages alternative solutions to students’ parking complaints

Morgan Mawn, News Contributor
March 11, 2019

Students and faculty facing frustration while finding on-campus parking are encouraged by Oregon State University to consider alternative transportation methods.The Transportation Services office believes...

OSUs Be Bright, Be Seen campaign works to inform students about bicycle safety on campus. 

“Be Bright, Be Seen” campaign aims to increase bike safety on campus

“Be Bright, Be Seen” is a collaborative effort between Oregon State University and the city of Corvallis that advocates for pedestrians to take every precaution necessary to be safe on the streets...

“Be Bright, Be Seen” campaign aims to increase bicycle safety

“Be Bright, Be Seen” is a collaborative effort between Oregon State University and the city of Corvallis that advocates for pedestrians to take every precaution necessary to be safe on the streets...

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