Construction bids are being sought for the last step in infrastructure additions to the U.S. Route 33 Smart Mobility Corridor to ready it for smart- vehicle testing.
Work could begin this summer or fall and conclude in spring 2020, said Luke Stedke, managing director for communications with Drive Ohio. The work shouldn’t require any lane closures, he said.
The corridor begins in Dublin and runs west through Marysville, ending at the Transportation Research Center in East Liberty, Stedke said.
The goal of the smart corridor, he said, is to provide an ecosystem to researchers to bring technology from the testing work bench to the real world.
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Written by Sarah Sole.
Originally published July 16, 2019.