C-V2X to be tested in Texas and Hawaii

The Federal Communications Commission has granted Applied Information licenses to test C-V2X in Texas and Hawaii.

The license to test cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) in Arlington, Texas, covers a zone with a five-mile radius around the busy Cooper Street corridor. It has 31 traffic signals, two school safety zones and a railroad crossing operated by the City Department of Transportation.

In Honolulu, Hawaii, the license covers a zone with a five-mile radius along the Nimitz Highway and Ala Moana Boulevard segments, with 35 traffic signals.

The project is managed by the Hawaii Department of Transportation and the University of Hawaii.