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Connected Marysville

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During the 2019 National Regional Transportation Conference (June 17 - 19, Columbus, OH), Mike Andrako shared information about the City of Marysville, Ohio and its efforts to build out connected intersections and place on-board units to connect vehicles in the city.

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Connected Marysville

  1. 1. CONNECTED MARYSVILLE A plan to build a fully connected City
  2. 2. AUTONOMOUS VS CONNECTED
  3. 3. CONNECTED MARYSVILLE PLAN  27 Traffic Signals outfitted with RSUs  500 vehicles outfitted with OBUs  Redundant Fiber Network  Online repository for collected data from vehicles  A component of the US33 Smart Mobility Corridor
  4. 4. WHY MARYSVILLE, OHIO?  US 33 Smart Mobility Corridor  ODOT, TRC, OSU, Union County, Marysville, Dublin  $5.9 Million ATCMTD Grant, $16 Million ODOT Investment  Small Town, Lower Traffic Volumes  Connected vehicles won’t get lost in the crowd  Anywhere, USA
  5. 5. PROPOSED APPLICATIONS  Red Light Running Warning
  6. 6.  Emergency Vehicles PROPOSED APPLICATIONS
  7. 7. PROPOSED APPLICATIONS  Pedestrian Warning
  8. 8. PROPOSED APPLICATIONS  SPaT/MAP Messages
  9. 9. ADDITIONAL INFO  Honda Smart Intersection  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uOaHFic2xg8&t=54s  ABC 6 Interview  https://myfox28columbus.com/news/local/new-motor-city-in-marysville- new-tech-being-tested-there
  10. 10. Mike Andrako, PE Public Service Director, City of Marysville mandrako@marysvilleohio.org THANK YOU

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