The Windsor-Ottawa Preferred Corridor identifies 5,000+ kilometres of road in more than 30 Ontario municipalities for the safe testing of connected and automated vehicles (CAVs). This webinar showcased the online tool that is quickly becoming a centre for the mission-critical road-related data that supports CAV navigation in Ontario. It also discussed the new Ontario Road Information Exchange (ORIE) that will ensure a seamless flow of municipal road data among Ontario jurisdictions.
Originally presented on March 3, 2020
Fahad Shuja, Ontario Good Roads Association (OGRA)
Fahad is a civil engineer with experience in road, transit and environmental projects. Since 2011 he has supported a variety of OGRA projects, and he currently leads OGRA’s Municipal Winter Operations, Digital Services, MACAVO and CAV files.
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