Since Denver’s airport commuter rail line opened two years ago, problems with wireless technology prompted the use of human backups.
After successes in Colorado ski towns and canyon dead zones, there’s a new push in Denver as the metro area moves toward 5G.
The state understands it can’t hope to outpace Silicon Valley, but it can outpace other states in adopting autonomous vehicles and hyperloop.
Front Range communities like Longmont and Fort Collins have been on the front lines of an ongoing battle over improving internet speeds, access and reliability.
Instead of more services, our seniors needed better access to the services the city already provides.
A cross-sector team sees a new way forward after being told by homeless that the current model was “fundamentally broken.”
A team in Colorado is leveraging cross-sector collaboration to connect members of the community to services that could save their lives.
In an effort to resolve a government health code problem, they also found a way to empower businesses and citizens.
Public policy makers in Colorado consider a second round of pathbreaking entrepreneurial-style problem-solving pitches.
In his State of the City Address, Mayor Michael Hancock outlined plans for $2 billion in transportation investment in Colorado’s booming capital.
Cities from Cincinnati to Phoenix have incorporated the information into their own platforms.
The mayors of Baltimore, Boston and Denver weighed in on major issues their cities are facing at the U.S. Conference of Mayors 85th annual meeting.
“I’m beautiful, I’m nasty, and I’m coming to kill your ash tree,” according to the “Smart Ash” campaign.
Highlights from the Denver kickoff event for Route Fifty’s Roadshow series.
Knowledge of the situational factors that may push people to make adverse choices has helped cities uncover new approaches to tackle longstanding challenges.
Join us on April 18, where we’ll explore the DNA of good governance with Colorado Lt. Gov. Donna Lynne and Denver Mayor Michael Hancock.
The city’s Vision Zero Action Plan involves a map-based survey, data analysis and rapid response to identify “communities of concern” within a broader “high injury network.”
Some preliminary observations and trends already have surfaced in the year since the project’s launch.
“With today’s innovations and technologies, it makes no sense that we require more of our citizens than we actually should," according to the mayor.
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