Ohio Department of Transportation

May 15, 2018

The Ohio Department of Transportation wanted to install a high-capacity fiber optic cabling system to support highway sensor data collection requirements for Ohio DOT's Smart Mobility Corridor, a 35-mile stretch along U.S. Route 33 connecting Dublin and East Liberty, Ohio. The solution? AFL's LM-series, high-density 432-fiber OSP MicroCore® fiber optic cable that was air-jetted into Dura-Line's FuturePath, 7-way 22/16 OSP Bundled MicroDuct. 

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