• The Technology is Here. DriveOhio is Ready.

    There’s no better place than Ohio to design, test and deploy smart mobility technologies
Why Ohio
The I-90 Lake Effect Corridor will feature 5G wireless technology that enables vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communications about road conditions and traffic flow, helping drivers maneuver more safely through heavy lake-effect snow. Learn more
The Ohio Turnpike is already outfitted end to end with fiber-optic cable, and sensors will be installed along a 60-mile stretch, making it ideal for open-road testing. Learn more
Athens, Akron, Canton, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Dayton, Dublin, Toledo, and Youngstown are under development for use case concepts ranging from workforce mobility, healthcare and education access, and mobility access for underserved, elderly and disabled populations.. Learn more
The Smart Mobility Corridor is a 35-mile stretch of U.S. 33 in Ohio between Dublin and East Liberty, through Marysville, that will serve as a real-world proving ground for autonomous and connected vehicles. Learn more
Columbus, selected by the U.S. Department of Transportation and Vulcan, Inc. as the winner of the first-ever Smart City Challenge, will test emerging technologies to enhance quality of life for residents in central Ohio. Learn more
Athens, Akron, Canton, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Dayton, Dublin, Toledo, and Youngstown are under development for use case concepts ranging from workforce mobility, healthcare and education access, and mobility access for underserved, elderly and disabled populations.. Learn more
Athens, Akron, Canton, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Dayton, Dublin, Toledo, and Youngstown are under development for use case concepts ranging from workforce mobility, healthcare and education access, and mobility access for underserved, elderly and disabled populations.. Learn more
Athens, Akron, Canton, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Dayton, Dublin, Toledo, and Youngstown are under development for use case concepts ranging from workforce mobility, healthcare and education access, and mobility access for underserved, elderly and disabled populations.. Learn more
Athens, Akron, Canton, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Dayton, Dublin, Toledo, and Youngstown are under development for use case concepts ranging from workforce mobility, healthcare and education access, and mobility access for underserved, elderly and disabled populations.. Learn more

Statewide Initiatives Drive Advancements in Smart Mobility.

Projects across Ohio support the testing of autonomous and connected vehicles and the deployment of smart mobility technologies.
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$14 Billion
Since 2011, Ohio has invested $14 billion in infrastructure projects, making the state’s roads and highways among the most “autonomous ready” in the country.
$500 million
Ohio's public and private sectors have already invested more than $500 million in the development and testing of autonomous and connected vehicle technologies.
164 miles
Smart mobility projects covering 164 miles of roadway are currently under construction.

We Accomplish More Together Than Alone

DriveOhio is a collaboration between government, research and private industry partners to build Ohio’s infrastructure for smart mobility and to facilitate smart mobility innovations.
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