Ohio cuts ribbon on World’s Most Connected Highway: The 33 Smart Mobility Corridor

Scissors in hand, public and private sector partners from across Ohio and around the globe opened the world’s most connected highway Wednesday in central Ohio. The 33 Smart Mobility Corridor, a living lab of The Beta District, runs from the City of Dublin on the east end through the City of Marysville, past industry partner Honda’s manufacturing and vehicle development operations, and concludes at the gates of the Transportation Research Center (TRC) Inc. in East Liberty. The 33 Smart Mobility Corridor is the premier location for developing and testing smart mobility technology that has the potential to enhance safety, reduce congestion, and improve fuel economy.