COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Lantern reported Ohio State University (OSU) is paying Mass.-based Vanasse Hangen Brustlin Inc. $290,000 to assess university transportation needs and plan for the future.

The firm is set to evaluate OSU’s short- and long-term goals to align with the “One OSU Framework Plan,” an initiative that identifies OSU’s long-term goals and how to achieve them. The study is expected to compile traffic data, such as what entry points students, staff and visitors are using to get to campus. For the full story, click here.

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