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Smart Cincinnati – A Transformative Process of Smart Mobility Systems

The mission of our project is to provide insight into the graduating transforming the City of Cincinnati into a smart city utilizing smart city technology improvements with a focus on mobility as a central driver of change. While considering mobility as a basis, key associated trends include environment, safety, public health, and governance as guidance on how these innovative technologies are possible for the neighborhoods of Cincinnati with a focus on the Central Business District. Extensive research and analysis are conclusive of four potential future technology solutions to be implemented. These solutions include incorporating a hydrogen-powered high speed rail system, implementing automated pedestrian control systems along high traffic reported accident corridors, restricting of parking garages into multi-modal mobility hubs, and implementation of real time air quality and general health monitoring systems for commuters.

BUP Capstone

Jacob Biscan | Lauren Johnson 

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