Route 33 Smart Mobility Corridor is live: Start your (connected) engines


The 33 Smart Mobility Corridor has gone live after five years of planning and development for testing connected-vehicle technology.

State and local officials announced the opening of the project Wednesday at the Transportation Research Center in East Liberty – one anchor of the 35-mile stretch of state Route 33 through Marysville and Dublin. Crews have installed 432 strands of fiber-optic broadband cable in a redundant loop, plus 63 roadside units to communicate with onboard equipment on the first 200 vehicles of a planned 500.

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Written by Carrie Ghose.

Originally published September 15, 2021.

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