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Reaching its 100-city goal, the network focused on improving data-driven management practices in mid-size municipalities is continuing to foster “sustainability of practice” in city halls.
As technology is celebrated at CES, state transportation leaders huddled to assess its impact on everything from the environment to their departments’ business models.
As an early embracer of autonomous vehicle testing, Nevada’s governor shares what his state has learned being “being at the ground floor” to foster new transportation technologies.
Join us on Wednesday for a special digital event focused on transportation technology, including a Route Fifty interview with Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval.
Mark your calendars and join us in Oakland, California.
Flashing signs try to get the attention of wrong-way drivers and tracking systems alert police and other drivers. But state officials say technology can only do so much.
- By The Pew Charitable Trusts
A new awards program in the Land of 10,000 Lakes selected these four winners.
Survey: 48% of people think they'll soon have an AI employee.
Philanthropies and the private sector are assuming more risk associated with infrastructure projects in lieu of much-needed federal funding.
The "sorting effect" is to blame.
Mozilla is backing robotics as well as augmented and virtual reality efforts boosting education and workforce development in Austin and elsewhere.
Lingering negative perceptions about the sharing economy, due to its tumultuous beginnings, are giving way with time and data, according to a new National League of Cities survey.
A new study finds a correlation between the number of patents a city produces and economic segregation within its limits.
In an effort to resolve a government health code problem, they also found a way to empower businesses and citizens.
, Special to Route Fifty
“The result of these regulations on our nation’s most innovative companies has been to force their programs overseas," according to the Office of Science and Technology Policy.
A blockbuster report from government economists forecasts the workforce of 2026—a world of robot cashiers, well-paid math nerds, and so (so, so, so) many healthcare workers.
, The Atlantic
“Smart, long-term bets” are vital for economic development, according to Bruce Katz, centennial scholar at the Brookings Institution. And those bets are best when clustered in revitalizing cities.
Mayors are increasingly concerned with income, transportation and housing disparities affecting minority communities.
Dispatches from our coverage of the tools, strategies and systems fueling tech- and data-driven innovation in city governments.
These days, huge capital investments are no longer required to put cities on the map.
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