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If Corvallis does lose its status as a metro city, it is possible that the city could lose some of its federal financial resources. Corvallis currently receives funding for transportation—such as street infrastructure improvement and maintenance as well as public transportation.

Corvallis at risk of losing ‘metro city’ title

Kelsy Valentine, News Contributor
April 12, 2021

The Federal Office of Management and Budget proposed an idea in August 2019 to increase the threshold that classifies a city as a metro city; if passed, Crovallis, Ore. will lose its metro city title. Since...

Pictured above is one of four new Zipcars available for rent on the OSU campus. The new car sharing service recently partnered with OSU and promotes environmentally friendly ways of commuting. Prices for a rental start at $7.50 an hour.

The campus carpool evolved

Marilyn Wallenburn News Contributor
October 10, 2016

The campus streets and sidewalks of Oregon State University are bustling and filled with bikes, cars, busses and pedestrians. People are constantly trying to get somewhere, so choosing the smartest form...

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