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According to Fox 28, Ohio’s capital city wants people to get smart about how they get to places and is opening an interactive learning center to show them how.

Through educational displays, hands-on activities and test drives of electric cars, the center aims to show how technological advances in transportation, robotics, energy and communications can work together to improve everyday life.

The initiative’s director says Columbus wants to become an example for other cities about how an interconnected computer network can ease congestion, improve business and protect the environment.