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What to know about riding the free Oregon State University campus shuttle.
Masks are welcome but not required on the Beaver Bus.
Buses are equipped with a lift ramp and each bus has two securement positions for mobility devices. Your mobility device must be properly secured, and the driver will assist with securement.
Additional transportation accommodations may be available for OSU students and employees. Please contact the following organizations for more information.
Equal Opportunity and Access (EOA) is available to employees to discuss additional accommodations related to their workplace.
Disability Access Services (DAS) is a resource available to provide accommodations, education, consultation and advocacy for qualified students with disabilities at Oregon State University.
Service Animals are permitted on the Beaver Bus in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Emotional Support Animals may be accommodated but must be contained in a crate.
Contact Equal Opportunity and Access (EOA) and Disability Access Services (DAS) for more information on accommodations.
Buses are equipped with easy-to-use racks that hold two bicycles. Use of the rack is free and available on a first-come, first-served basis. When unloading your bicycle, exit the bus and tell the driver you want to unload your bicycle.
If you lose something while riding on a Beaver Bus, report it as soon as possible. Contact our office during business hours and provide a description of the lost items(s), along with the route number, date and time of loss. Call 541-737-2583.