Atlanta’s Second Smart Transit Corridor Takes Shape

“We are using technologies that were proven along North Avenue and putting them into action solving issues we have in other parts of the city,” Galloway added, referring the Atlanta’s first smart city corridor, which served as a “living laboratory” to deploy and test IoT technologies.

The North Avenue Smart Corridor, which opened in October 2017, was a joint effort by the city of Atlanta and the Georgia Institute of Technology. It includes more than 100 IoT sensors at 18 intersections, offering vehicle-to-infrastructure communications, among other improvements.