A Smart Mobility Incubator ‘On Steroids’
The City of Marysville will donate land inside the Innovation Park to create an Automotive and Mobility Innovation Center. The center would serve as a business incubator as well as educational and testing facility for the smart mobility industry. Officials said are two possible sites for the center within the Innovation Park — one on Industrial Parkway and the other on U.S. 33. (Graphic submitted)
Union County is in line to receive $1.5 million to create what officials are calling the Automotive and Mobility Innovation Center (AMIC).
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