Smart-vehicle testing in Dublin likely won’t begin until the next year or so, but drivers probably won’t even realize test vehicles are passing them on the road, according to Patrick Soller.
Soller is general manager with Alten-Cresttek, an engineering services company in Dublin hired to provide engineering services and public engagement for the Route 33 Smart Mobility Corridor.
As the project matures, the goal is to have about 1,200 vehicles tested that have units onboard to enable them to communicate via dedicated short- range communication with infrastructure such as traffic signals, Soller said.
The Smart Mobility Corridor extends into Dublin to Frantz Road, Soller said.
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