The City of Fremont released a Request for Information (RFI) on December 10, 2019 to understand what software and hardware solutions exist in the market that can address one or more of the concepts described in the Project Concept Report. The responses provided may inform and guide the design process which is already underway. Responses were due on January 14, 2020 and the bid is now closed.
The Concept Report for the Fremont Boulevard Smart and Safe Corridor project has been released and is available under “Documents” on the project’s website. The report includes a final list of high priority concepts for safety and technology improvements along Fremont Boulevard.
The National League of Cities (NLC), an organization that provides resources for the nation’s cities and their leaders, has featured City of Fremont Mayor Lily Mei’s piece on the Fremont Boulevard Safe & Smart Corridor project on CitiesSpeak. CitiesSpeak is the NLC’s blog which highlights innovative projects nationwide. Read the blog post here:
Meeting of the Minds, an organization that focuses on the cross section of technology and urban sustainability, has featured the Fremont Boulevard Safe and Smart Corridor on its blog which contains curated articles by urban practitioners looking to share ideas and interests. Read about this exciting project here:
The Fremont Boulevard Safe and Smart Corridor Project kicked off on Thursday, November 1, 2018. The City is excited to embark on this journey to upgrade the 10-mile stretch of Fremont Boulevard for a safer and more multi-modal future using smart traffic technologies. Please stay tuned for project updates!