Ohio to make 35 miles of US 33 a Smart Mobility Corridor for smart road tech testing

Ohio is turning 35 miles of U.S. 33 near Dublin into a Smart Mobility Corridor, along which the Ohio Department of Transportation is installing $15 million in highway technology features to test autonomous and connected vehicle features. “Some of the world’s foremost automotive researchers are working here in Ohio, at both ends of this corridor, and this project provides them with the perfect location and state-of-the-art infrastructure for safely testing autonomous and connected vehicle technologies,” Gov. John Kasich says.  “Ohio has been at the heart of automotive manufacturing and innovation since the industry’s earliest days. Those ties strengthen with each passing year and innovations developed here will continue to build on our state’s historic role as a world leader in transportation technology.”


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