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U.S. 33 Smart Mobility Corridor

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During the 2019 National Regional Transportation Conference (June 17 - 19, Columbus, OH), Eric Phillips shared information on the U.S. 33 Smart Mobility Corridor. This corridor links urban, suburban, exurban, and rural areas with connected infrastructure technology. The project is expected to have significant transportation system and economic development impacts on the region.

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U.S. 33 Smart Mobility Corridor

  1. 1. 1 Corridor Update Presentation JUNE 2019
  2. 2. 2 33 SMART MOBILITY CORRIDOR
  3. 3. 3 US-33 AUTOMOTIVE CLUSTER
  4. 4. 4 CORRIDOR PROJECT EVOLUTION 2016  Collaborative Group Formed to Explore Development Issues along US-33  Collaborative Group Prioritizes Fiber Connectivity along US- 33 2014-15 2017  Fiber Strategy Consultant  OSU Mobility Concept  Smart Project Introduced  ODOT Commits to Fiber Construction  NW 33 COG Formed  USDOT Awards ATCMTD Grant  Fiber Installation Completed along US-33 (ODOT)  Ohio Announces $45 M for TRC Expansion 2018  Project Manager Hired  First DSRCs Installed in Uptown Marysville  Connected Marysville is Planned  Installation of Local Fiber Network (Redundant Loop) DriveOhio Established  UAS Program Launched  Dublin Launches Connectivity Initiatives
  5. 5. 5 NW 33 COG STRUCTURE COG Board Infrastructure Working Group Vehicle Working Group Smart Network Working Group Engagement Working Group Finance Working Group Executive Committee ODOT/Drive Ohio, FHWA,USDOT, Honda, Battelle,TRC, OSU, LoganCounty,Smart Columbus Dublin, Marysville, Union County, Marysville- Union County PortAuthority COG PARTNERS COG MEMBERS
  6. 6. 6 PROJECT GOALS PROJECT INVESTMENTS Public Safety  Improve Congestion and Safety  Improve Access to Employment Smart Infrastructure  Create an Ultimate CAV Playground  Systems Management  Improved Traffic  Data Collection & Commercialization Improve Connectivity  Installation of Fiber  Direct Connectivity to Educational Systems (OAR)  Increase Broadband Competition CAV Testing  Contained Testing at TRC  On-road Testing on US-33  All-weather Rural, Suburban, and Urban Testing  UAS Testing Economic Development  Investment in Emerging Technologies  Providing Assets for Existing Companies  Attraction & Retention of Business  Global Partnerships ODOT Fiber Network Investment USDOT Smart Infrastructure Grant TRC SMART Center Phase I Local Public-Private Matches $45 M $15 M $3.4 M $5.9 M  $93 Million of Smart Infrastructure
  7. 7. 7 COLUMBUS REGION SMART MOBILITY ECOSYSTEM
  8. 8. 8 ULTIMATE PLAYGROUND • 35-mile stretch of Continuous Connected Vehicle Infrastructure • 94 Road Side Units & 1,000 On Board Units • 27 Smart Signals in City of Marysville; 5 in City of Dublin • 147 Smart Signals in City of Columbus (Regional Partners) • 432-strand Redundant Fiber Network • Closed Testing at 540-acre TRC SMARTCenter • Open Testing on US-33, Connected Marysville & Dublin, & Smart Columbus Platforms • All-Weather Testing Environment • Testing in Rural, Exurban, Suburban, and Urban Environments • Testing of Unmanned Aircraft Systems • $500 million Being Invested in Regional Smart Mobility Infrastructure ACADEMIA & INDUSTRY PARTNERS • Transportation Research Center • NHTSA Research and Test Center • OSU Center for Automotive Research • Honda-OSU Partnership • Columbus State Modern Manufacturing Apprenticeship Program • Ohio University AUTOMOTIVE JUGGERNAUT • 70 + Automotive Companies within Corridor • 150+ Automotive Suppliers within Region • Over 645,000 Vehicles Produced Annually within Corridor • Smart Mobility Incubator and Collaboration Space • Sites for Development, including the 33 Innovation Park/West Innovation District BEST IN TALENT Columbus Region • One of the highest concentrations of college students in the nation with approximately 134,000 students • 52 Colleges and Universities • 18,000+ Automotive Employees 33 Smart Mobility Corridor • On average, 7-times more Engineers than Ann Arbor, Michigan MSA and Las Vegas, Nevada MSA, which are peer CV regions. • 25% of workforce dedicated to Research & Development 33 SMART MOBILITY CORRIDOR ASSETS
  9. 9. 9 • First Honda Smart Signal Equipped at Fifth & Main Streets in 2018 • Five Smart Signals Equipped as of 4/1/2019 • All 27 Signals to by Equipped by Early 2020 • First Contained City to Realize All Smart Signals • 10% of Vehicles in City to be Outfitted with OBUs by 2020 MARYSVILLE’S SMART INTERSECTIONS 33 Smart Mobility Corridor Fiber Network Local Fiber Network Connected Signals
  10. 10. 10 TRC SMART CENTER Transportation Research Center: • 24/7 testing • 4,500 acres of road courses, wooded trails, a 7.5-mile test track, 50-acre Vehicle Dynamics Area • National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's (NHTSA) Vehicle Research and Test Center SMARTCenter • $45 million; 540-acre development • Opening Late 2019 • Dedicated AV/CV Test Facility • 6-lane High Speed Intersection • Urban Network • Centralized Control Building • V2X Covering Entire Site • Fiber Network
  11. 11. 11 UAS Testing Program • Three year partnership DriveOhio’s UAS Center and The Ohio State University College of Engineering. • Monitor traffic and roadway conditions from the air along the corridor in conjunction with the state’s current fixed- location traffic camera system. • Identify specific use cases • Will also use sensors and communication devices to ensure the unmanned aircraft will not collide with each other or with manned aircraft. UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS TESTING
  12. 12. 12 In 2017, nationwide: • 37,133: nationwide traffic fatalities in 2017 • 1.8%: decrease in traffic fatalities 2016 to 2017 • 8.5%: fatalities were a result of distracted driving • Human error is involved in 94% to 96% of all accidents In 2017, in Ohio: • 303,298: traffic accidents • 108,298: injuries • 1,179: fatalities in 1,094 accidents • 4.2%: increase in traffic fatalities 2016 to 2017 • #6: in the nation for traffic fatalities WHY ARE WE DOING THIS?
  13. 13. 13 1950 – 2000  Safety/Convenience Features  Cruise Control  Seat Belts  Antilock Brakes 2000 – 2010  Advanced Safety Features  Electronic Stability Control  Blind Spot Detection  Forward Collision Warning  Lane Departure Warning 2010 – 2016  Advanced Driver Assistance Features  Rearview Video Systems  Automatic Emergency Braking  Pedestrian Automatic Emerg. Braking  Rear Automatic Emerg. Braking  Rear Cross Traffic Alert  Lane Centering Assist ERAS OF VEHICLE SAFETY IMPROVEMENT
  14. 14. 14 2019 2020 FUTURE PROJECT TIMELINE  Phase II Fiber Installation along Completed  Construction of SMART Center Completed  DSRCs with RSUs Installed  OBUs Installed in Test Vehicles  Statewide Data Exchange Implemented  33 Smart Mobility Ecosystem Operational  CV Application Fully Operational
  15. 15. 15 MARYSVILLE’S 33 INNOVATION PARK 33 INNOVATION PARK 33 INNOVATION PARK • 206 acres • 5 to 206 acre lots • $60,000 to $80,000 / acre • Master planned with architectural design guidelines • Visibility from US-33 (33 Smart Corridor) • Due Diligence complete • Utilities in place • City has invested ~$7 million, including new 1,200-ft Innovation Way • Targeted Users: Advanced Manufacturing, Research and Development, Auto Suppliers, Agribusiness, Data, Logistics and Ecommerce, Autonomous / Connected Vehicle Development and Testing
  16. 16. 16 AUTOMOTIVE & MOBILITY INNOVATION CENTER The AMIC is a 20,000 SF center of innovation that will be located at the 33 Innovation Park in Marysville. It will house the following:  Entrepreneurial center and business incubator  Office and co-working space for emerging companies  Offices for state agencies involved in automotive and smart mobility  Testing lab  Data center  Space for K-12 and higher education institutions promoting talent and entrepreneurial development  Display area to promote smart mobility and to educate citizens on the evolution of mobility  Co-working space that will inspire innovative thought and collaboration among the AMIC tenants, automotive, and smart mobility companies  Space for a Traffic Management System operations office
  17. 17. 17 WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT A Smart Workforce Committee has been established to promote the advancement of educational and training opportunities for students and incumbent workers interested in CAV careers. Partners include:  DriveOhio/ODOT  Ohio State University  Columbus State Community College  Transportation Research Center  Ohio Hi-Point Career Center  Marion Technical College  Marysville Schools/Early College HS  Private Sector Partners  Governmental Partners
  18. 18. 18 Smart Streets Policy Helping guide investments with regional smart priorities MORPC Funds Smart Region Policy Playbook Defining regional goals and serving as a robust guide for MORPC’s work MORPC Work Smart Region Resource Guide Helping communities with best practices, policies & funding opportunities MORPC Members SMART REGION TASKFORCE Vision:  Convene thought leaders within Central Ohio to develop a shared vision for what it means to be a Smart Region Questions to Answer:  What is a “Smart Region?”  What are mutually beneficial “smart” policies that can guide investment decisions for our local communities?  What resources can MORPC provide to help? Structure:  Duration: 18-24 months  Representation: 2/3 local governments, 1/3 technical experts  Membership appointed by MORPC Executive Director
  19. 19. 19 Safety Mobility Access Reliability A Safer, more Mobile and Connected State DRIVE OHIO FIVE PILLARS Talent
  20. 20. 20 STATEWIDE PROJECTS
  21. 21. 21 937-642-6279 ephillips@unioncounty.org 33smartmobilitycorridor.com THANK YOU / QUESTIONS? Eric S. Phillips Executive Director Union County-Marysville Economic Development NW 33 Innovation Corridor Council of Governments

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