"Bug Your Bike" with a FREE RFID from OSU TPS/DPS

 The University’s Transportation and Parking Services and Department of Public Safety are working together to promote motorist, cyclist and pedestrian crosswalk safety awareness, remembering that it is a two-way street for all of us. Officials particularly want to remind motorists and pedestrians to stop, look, and listen while proceeding through crosswalks and to reduce the amount of distractions, like cell phone and headphone use, while crossing in high traffic areas.

Bicycle registration is free for all students, faculty, and staff.
Visit the OSU Police Department located at 901 Woody Hayes Drive, in Blankenship Hall or call (614) 292-2121.

Help reduce the risk of theft by using the latest technology to "Bug Your Bike" with a FREE RFID (radio frequency identification device). "Bugs" are available at University Security and Fire Prevention Services, 1010 Blankenship Hall.

For more information, please contact pedestrian@osu.edu.

Click here for the Bike It fact sheet which contains more infomation about bicycle registration, security, where to park, and safety tips.

Click here for information about the The Ohio State University Campus Crosswalks Study.

Ohio Pedestrian Laws are available for viewing or download from the Ohio Department of Transportation website. (pdf)


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