Posts Tagged ‘Transportation’

“WeCar” at OSU: Rent a car online and pick it up on-campus!

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011

OSU’s WeCar program is an efficient, convenient and cost-effective car-sharing program for the OSU community.  Whether you are a student, staff, or faculty member, WeCar is there for your travel needs.  Members just fill out rental orders online and pick up cars right from the center of campus!
It’s easy to become a member, especially since [...]

OSU’s New Rideshare System “Drive Less Connect” offers Prize Drawing!

Wednesday, November 16th, 2011

Interested in saving money, energy, and stress by sharing a ride? Drive Less Connect makes organizing trips simple and fun. Whether you’re interested in commuting to work or school, or sharing a ride on one-time trips (such as those coming up this Holiday Season) OSU’s free ridematching service can help.
In promotion of Drive Less Connect, [...]

Exciting Bicycle Research Project Coming to Corvallis

Thursday, June 30th, 2011

This summer, researcher Mike Conway is coming to Corvallis and Portland to analyze perceptions of bicycle commuters and non-commuters.  He is researching certain interventions (e.g. bike lanes, bike parking, education programs, and traffic calming, etc) that promote increased bicycle commuting. This research is part of Mike’s Masters Degree in Social Science with a specialization in Environment and [...]

Apply to the SSI

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2011

The SSI is now accepting the last of its applications for 2011 – 2012 positions. If you are (or will be) an OSU student, are interested in sustainability, and are still looking to work or volunteers at a professional level during the 2011 – 2012 school year, you should apply! This is a truly wonderful [...]

Preparing Ground at the SSI

Tuesday, April 12th, 2011

It is that time of year again.
Last Friday was weeding day at the OSU Student Sustainability Center (SSC) Garden. Plants from last year, which had held the soil together during the rainy winter months, were being removed with the weeds that had sprouted in their midst. Before seeds could be sown for the new crop of [...]