Map your alternative transportation Columbus
Columbus is different for everyone, and Transit Columbus wants to know what yours is. A contest beginning Nov. 1 is calling for entries to create maps of the city with their alternative transportation. The competition is trying to create a map that will change how many people see the city both inside and out. Maps will be accepted up until Dec. 31, and in January the public will vote on which they think is best. COTA Bus Routes, CABS Bus Routes, CBUS, CoGo Stations, Car2Go Service Area, Bikeways/Trails, Intercity Buses and car services are all part of the grand scheme of the map, but what contestants include is up to them. The winning team will win $2,000.
The Arena District is downtown Columbus’ most popular neighborhood featuring sports, entertainment, food and drink, and the best in residential living options. In the heart of the District is Nationwide Arena, home of the Columbus Blue Jackets, Huntington Park where the AAA baseball Columbus Clippers play, the LC Pavilion featuring indoor and outdoor concerts, numerous hotels, a major movie theatre, an athletic club, and dozens of bars and restaurants. A trip to the District means must-see live music, incredible restaurants, friendly bars, and mind-blowing entertainment any night of the week. Check our events and blog to see what’s happening this week in the District!