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The city will consider two public-private municipal fiber alternatives to a high-risk, purely public network.
San Francisco earned top marks, according to a new National Institute for Reproductive Health report. Where does your city rate?
“For every dollar spent, you want to achieve multiple benefits,” according to the chief resilience officer in Boulder, Colorado.
But a design challenge focused on resiliency currently underway hopes to change that.
Not only is the San Francisco Bay Area the nation's richest metropolitan area, household incomes there are also among the fastest growing.
September 14, 2017
The U.S. attorney general may ultimately be forced to craft new regulations, at a time when President Trump wants less.
PHOTOS: Treating raw sewage and stormwater involves a maze of pipes and plenty of data analytics, too.
Across the U.S., the number of young people living alone on the streets appears to be growing. Many communities are stepping up their efforts to help, intervening early with services specifically targeted toward the needs of young people.
By The Pew Charitable Trusts
July 7, 2017
Also in our State and Local Daily Digest: Maryland’s new approach to bail; Louisiana’s struggles with swamp rats; and ditching coin-operated parking meters.
Hyperconverged infrastructure has meant major savings for San Mateo County, California, as it bridges the technology divide between its disconnected and affluent cities.
They make security cameras take your picture and cry for help if somebody is stealing your bike.
June 23, 2017
A city lawmaker has proposed legislation banning autonomous delivery-bots. But the battle over who gets to use the sidewalk may just be getting started.
May 21, 2017
“There’s no funding. And, so, that’s a problem,” U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao told a U.S.Senate Committee on Wednesday.
A new study finds that the eateries most likely to suffer are those that diners already feel lukewarm about.
, The Atlantic
April 26, 2017
Also in our State and Local Daily Digest: Md. city council plan would neuter mayoral powers; hexavalent chromium emissions near L.A.; and Oregon town saved, strained by new data centers.
Does an Obama-era policy really give the agency leeway to defund jurisdictions still refusing to enforce immigration law?
On major infrastructure investments, “state and local leaders face strong incentives towards inaction,” the managing director of the Stanford Global Projects Center writes in a guest article.
, Special to Route Fifty
March 17, 2017
Previous attempts to allow the use of speed cameras in the Golden State have failed. But advocates, including leaders in San Francisco and San José, are hoping to change that.
The city attorney of San Francisco, Dennis Herrera, just filed a lawsuit against the administration, citing a constitutional provision limiting federal power over states and localities.
February 1, 2017
Rebuild by Design and The Rockefeller Foundation’s latest competition represents a shift in focus from disaster response to resilience planning.
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