DriveOhio’s strategic plan includes statewide data collection of operations such as bridge inspections. Photo: Ohio Department of Transportation/Bruce Hull DriveOhio launches a strategic plan to...
DriveOhio, the state’s center for smart mobility, and the Ohio UAS Center announced a new strategic plan to support UAS research and development
On July 2, DriveOhio, an initiative of the Ohio Department of Transportation, and in partnership with Smart Columbus, the City of Columbus and The Ohio State University, announced a request for proposals (RFPs) to deploy, operate, and maintain a low-speed self-driving shuttle service around the state capitol's downtown area.
DriveOhio, the state’s new center for coordinating smart mobility initiatives, announced plans to study the use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) to monitor traffic and roadway conditions from the air along the 33 Smart Mobility Corridor.
AECOM Technical Services, Inc. has been recommended for a $5 million contract to design and develop Ohio’s connected and autonomous vehicle infrastructure.
The field of contenders for Ohio’s $5 million Smart Mobility Infrastructure Project has been narrowed to four. The finalists, which DriveOhio announced March 16, are among those who responded to a search for teams to create a statewide plan and framework for connected and autonomous vehicles.
DriveOhio, the new center for all things smart mobility in Ohio, is looking for business partners to help it advance an aggressive and unique plan to improve the collection and use of data from smart roads and smart vehicles.
Gov. John R. Kasich signed an executive order creating a one-stop shop that will make it easier for researchers to advance connected and autonomous vehicle technologies. The new center, DriveOhio, will bring together those responsible for building infrastructure in Ohio with those who are developing new transportation technologies