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A new report from the Urban Land Institute and PwC shows that compared to the biggest markets, smaller-sized cities are surging.
The guide was compiled based on lessons learned in Austin, Louisville and Raleigh.
With 68 capital improvement projects in the works and more forthcoming, the city needed a way to keep residents aware of how their tax dollars are being spent and to what effect.
Steve Adler posts a letter writer's message to boycott Austin, which the mayor describes as "an embarrassment to modernity, decency, and common sense."
Gov. Greg Abbott signed legislation mandating local officials comply with federal immigration law or face possible removal from office. But doing so without a warrant could open them up to unlawful arrest lawsuits.
City Halls now want a legal definition of the term, with Seattle even suing for one.
Does an Obama-era policy really give the agency leeway to defund jurisdictions still refusing to enforce immigration law?
US Ignite, Verizon, Intel and Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed told a SXSW gathering that it’s all about a driving commitment to partnerships.
In a guest article, Austin Mayor Steve Adler details why for innovators and municipal leaders alike, tech touches everything cities do.
, Special to Route Fifty
March 10, 2017
Spin believes its approach to bike sharing will help solve the last-mile transit issue in our cities.
Mayors are at Austin’s cultural conference and festival—and so are we.
From engaging underserved populations to preparing for climate change’s most devastating effects, these cities have their work cut out for them.
In move targeting sanctuary city jurisdictions, Gov. Greg Abbott slashes $1.5 million in grants for law enforcement in and around Austin.
At the U.S. Conference of Mayors winter meeting in the nation’s capital, Austin’s Steve Adler and John Giles of Mesa, Ariz., discuss their power to convene.
Also in our State and Local Daily Digest: S.C.'s 'freight train' of a pension problem; Idaho wants feds to let it regulate pollution; N.C. misappropriates half a million dollars
The Kauffman Index of Startup Activity shows where entrepreneurship is flourishing.
In a blog post, Mayor Steven Adler laments that too often those who testify before the City Council do not receive the respect they deserve.
Next Century Cities just gave Raleigh, Austin and Louisville $30,000 and will provide technical assistance to get their innovative, repeatable projects off the ground.
Steve Adler was serenaded and later danced while answering questions about a plan to help local musicians and artists feeling squeezed by a booming city.
Here’s a look at the design.
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