Carly Macias speaks about the Regional Transit Authority in Denver and their trailblazing electric bus program.
Amanda Daflos, Director of Innovation and Gender Equity for the City of Los Angeles, speaks about getting smart the “LA way”.
The city of Dallas, Texas has launched a climate action website for the public to find information about and track the progress of the city’s environmental and climate efforts. The website is part of the Read More
(They have more in common than you think.) By Michael Tschirret, Marketing Communications Manager for Smart Cities, Sensus Having just returned from Smart Cities Connect, two things were made abundantly clear: the definition of what Read More
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel recently released the New Transportation and Mobility Task Force report which includes more than 50 recommendations to improve city mobility – including launching an e-scooter pilot and an autonomous vehicle (AV) Read More
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) – a federal research facility in Livermore, California – recently launched a new program focused on sharing its solutions with local communities to help them develop a sustainable, resilient and Read More
A dominant theme emerges at every Smart Cities Connect Conference & Expo, now in its fourth year. The annual conference is an opportunity to reflect on the past, acknowledge the present, and look towards what Read More
Park City, Utah needed a new approach to their water network, so they worked with Sensus to deploy a smart gateway at several pressure reducing valve locations (PRVs) to monitor pressure and flow. The city Read More
The National League of Cities (NLC) recently announced the eight new cities who will participate in its Leadership in Community Resilience program. Each city will receive $10,000 in direct financial support, plus technical assistance and Read More
Emily Royall, Smart City Coordinator for the City of the San Antonio, spoke with Managing Editor Laura Benold about the city’s Smart 50 Award-winning project, 311SA, and what it means to be “smart”. LB: Let’s Read More