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There are several options to sustainably travel the 2.3 miles between the main OSU campus and the RWLB.
The Corvallis Transit System runs buses every 30 minutes connecting OSU and businesses along Research Way.
CTS Routes are integrated with Google Maps. Select the Transit option on Google Maps to find your closest bus stop and route to your destination.
Commuting to Research Way by car takes about 10 minutes. Consider carpooling with colleagues to the Research Way building to reduce your carbon footprint for frequent trips.
Ridesharing is available in Corvallis. Select your favorite Ride-sharing app to find a ride there and back again.
Permits are required on the OSU Corvallis campus, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Virtual Permits will be in effect starting Fall 2020, so no need to print a permit in advance to display on your dashboard. Update your license plate online to make sure your parking account is current.
Permits can be purchased online or at one of our eleven (11) pay stations. The closest pay station to Cordley Hall is located near Bates Hall at the corner of Orchard Ave and 26th St.
A department can purchase up to three (3) Department 3-hour permits per year to allow employees to park in a different zone for up to three hours.
Faculty or staff may display this permit on their personal vehicle, in conjunction with valid annual, monthly, or daily zone permit, to access another zone or Service spaces on campus for University business if a University vehicle is not available. Permits are to be shared among employees within a department and limited to three (3) per department.