The project will implement smart work zone (SWZ) applications for advanced traveler information and remote monitoring of the nearby arterial corridors as well as safety and mobility during the construction of SW 10th Street and I-95 Design-Build projects. The project will deploy arterial Transportation Systems Management and Operations (TSM&O) and Connected Vehicle (CV) equipment along the surrounding 6 state road corridors: US 1, Dixie Highway, Powerline Road, US 441, Hillsboro Boulevard, and Sample Road. When construction is over (estimated 2025), installed infrastructure will be leveraged for regional arterial management and future technology expansion. Initial SWZ applications planned for implementation are (1) Work Zone Ahead Alert, (2) Traffic Queue Warning, (3) Travel Time Advisory, (4) Alternate Route(s) Advisory, and (5) Speed Limit Advisory. Permanent infrastructure includes (1) CV Roadside Units (RSU), (2) Vehicle Detectors, (3) Arterial DMS and DMS structures, (4) CCTV cameras and poles, (5) Fiber communications network and power, (6) CV central control system, data cloud with Application Programming Interface (API) and smartphone applications, (7) Adaptive Traffic Control System (ATCS).