Friday, March 22
Explore Corvallis by bike, 8:00 to 9:30 am: Start the day with OSU’s Sarah Bronstein and Josh Capps from the City of Corvallis for a ride through the university and out the Campus Way bike path to Bald Hill and back. Meet at the Zagster/Pedal Corvallis station at the downtown transit center, ($1 for 30 minutes).
Statewide Travel Options Meeting, 10:00 am to 3:00 pm: Agenda items include updates from ODOT and OR SRTS coalition; learn about the vision for biking in Corvallis, Harvard’s carpooling study and listen to the successes and struggles of universities and college TDM programs. Agenda
Register by March 14th for lunch on Friday, March 22nd!
Getting to Corvallis
We encourage all our members and friends to get to ToGo functions without driving alone. Here are some suggestions and tips for getting there by transit:
Amtrak or bus to Albany, then Albany to/from Corvallis bus connections, with two local options. Both take about half an hour to 45 minutes make the journey to/from Corvallis. They run 5-6 times a day.
Our local hosts have arranged discounts for two hotels in Corvallis; both also offer complimentary, hot breakfast available in the morning:
- Best Western Corvallis
Discount “Transportation Options of Oregon” allows for a $99/night single, king-size room
This hotel is not located downtown but is a very quick trip on the local bus system,CTS Route 2 which drops one off steps from either meeting locations
- Holiday Inn Express Corvallis-On The River
Discount “Transportation Options Meeting” allows for a $149/night single, king/queen-size room
This hotel is located along the riverfront and is a 15 minute walk to either meeting locations