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ED411 | 2017 | Track 2: Technology Disruptions Impacting Economic Development

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ED411 | 2017 | Track 2: Technology Disruptions Impacting Economic Development

  1. 1. #ED411 TECHNOLOGY DISRUPTIONS IMPACTING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT December 1, 2017
  2. 2. #ED411 Donna Goss Director of Development, City of Dublin Mike Andrako Public Service Director, City of Marysville William Murdock Executive Director, MORPC
  3. 3. #ED411 SMART AND SUSTAINABLE PARKING AND MOBILITY SOLUTIONS CITY OF DUBLIN Donna L. Goss, Director of Development
  4. 4. #ED411 WHAT IS MOBILITY?
  5. 5. #ED411 MOBILITY STUDY The business community expressed a need for better connectivity for their workforce.  The majority of residents / employees rely on personal vehicles for their mobility needs. o Central Ohio Transportation Authority (COTA) provides a limited bus service o On-demand car services have a small footprint  Additional demands will be placed on the existing personal vehicle infrastructure. o Bridge Street District o Historic District improvements o Expansion of the OU campus o Increased development along the interstate corridors 
  6. 6. #ED411 MOBILITY STUDY Recommendations include the following:  Policy updates  A strategic plan for implementation  Preliminary implementation options & design concepts  Schedule  Financing  Operations & Maintenance strategies
  7. 7. #ED411 MEANWHILE…
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  9. 9. #ED411 SMART AND SUSTAINABLE FEATURES SUMMARY Stormwater Management  Bio-retention Basins  New wet ponds with fountains  Pervious pavers in portions of the parking lot.  Storm-tech underground Detention System  Stormwater Monitoring Stations  Rainwater Harvesting and Irrigation Green Infrastructure  Solar Power Covered Parking (36 Spaces)  Electric Vehicle Charging Stations (3 to be installed, conduit installed for 6 additional stations)  Silva Cell Tree and Stormwater System  LED Parking Lot Lighting
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  15. 15. #ED411 SO WHAT DOES THIS HAVE TO DO WITH ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT?
  16. 16. #ED411 www.dublinohiousa.gov Donna Goss: dgoss@dublin.oh.us
  17. 17. #ED411 CONNECTED MARYSVILLE A plan to build a fully connected City
  18. 18. #ED411 AUTONOMOUS VS. CONNECTED  Autonomous Vehicle (AV)  Car-mounted sensors  Visually detects the other vehicles and the built environment  Can operate without a connection to any other system  Ranges from driver assist features to self driving cars
  19. 19. #ED411 AUTONOMOUS VS. CONNECTED  Connected Vehicle (CV)  Relies on a wireless connection  No autonomous features required  Provides information to the car/driver to make better decisions  Can easily be installed in existing vehicles  On Board Unit (OBU)  In-car display with a user interface  Connection to a car’s diagnostic port
  20. 20. #ED411 CONNECTED TO WHAT?  Vehicle to Infrastructure (V2I)  An OBU connects to fixed Road Side Units (RSUs)  Traffic Signals, Street Lights, Pole-mounted radios, etc.  Allows for collection of data from vehicles  Sends messages to vehicles
  21. 21. #ED411 CONNECTED TO WHAT?  Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V)  Requires another connected vehicle to be in close proximity  Shares real-time location, speed and braking  Passes on safety messages
  22. 22. #ED411 CONNECTED VEHICLE APPLICATIONS  Signal Phase and Timing (SPaT) Data  Pedestrian warning detection  Curve/queue ahead warnings  Sight distance/obscured view  Safety messages
  23. 23. #ED411 CONNECTED MARYSVILLE PLAN  27 Traffic Signals outfitted with RSUs  1,200 vehicles outfitted with OBUs  Online repository for collected data from vehicles  Future investments  Signage  Striping  Street Lighting
  24. 24. #ED411 WHY MARYSVILLE, OHIO?  US 33 Smart Corridor  ODOT, TRC, OSU, Union County, Marysville, Dublin  $5.9 Million ATCMTD Grant, $16 Million ODOT Investment  Small Town, Lower Traffic Volumes  > 10% Penetration Rate with 1,200 vehicles  Connected vehicles won’t get lost in the crowd  Home of Honda’s largest manufacturing and R&D facilities in North America  End user feedback allows for “right size” design
  25. 25. #ED411 OTHER APPLICATIONS  Vehicle Platooning  Narrow lanes  Higher speeds  Closer spacing  Increased capacity
  26. 26. #ED411 OTHER APPLICATIONS  Connected Signals  Device is installed in signal cabinets  Collects real time signal timing data  Uses a cellular network (4g LTE) to send data to a server  Data is then made available to a cell phone app or in-car display  Various OEMs have incorporated this app in their new models  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0J8-uabYE4
  27. 27. #ED411 Mike Andrako, PE Public Service Director, City of Marysville mandrako@marysvilleohio.org THANK YOU
  28. 28. #ED411 TECHNOLOGY DISRUPTIONS IMPACTING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT William Murdock, Executive Director Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission
  29. 29. #ED411 MID-OHIO REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION Voluntary Association of Local Governments Focus Areas:  Transportation  Sustainability  Regional Data  Local Government  Central Ohio Area of Interest
  30. 30. #ED411 Fiber & Communications Water & Sewer Critical Development Sites Energy Systems Identify & prioritize top infrastructure projects.
  31. 31. #ED411 GROW BROADBAND INFRASTRUCTURE  Regional Data Advisory Committee  Regional dataset of public owned fiber networks
  32. 32. #ED411 SMART MOBILITY PROJECTS
  33. 33. #ED411  Smart Streets Policy  Funding & Growth Policies  Energy Infrastructure SMART REGION TASK FORCE
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  35. 35. #ED411 Study Area & Corridors REGIONAL CORRIDOR ANALYSIS
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  37. 37. #ED411 THANK YOU www.morpc.org

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