FCC Approves Smart Infrastructure Technology For Central Ohio

The FCC has approved a smart infrastructure plan developed by the governments of Dublin, Marysville, Union County and the Ohio Department of Transportation.

The FCC granted licenses for short range, wireless vehicle-to-infrastructure technology to be used alongside the 33 Smart Mobility Corridor, a 35-mile stretch of highway running from Dublin and Marysville to The Transportation Research Center in East Liberty.

The technology will allow vehicles with receivers to get safety messages, protecting drivers and improving logistics for Ohio businesses, according to DriveOhio communications and policy director Luke Stedke.