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.
Cities from Portland, Oregon to Denver are exploring how the even distribution of civic resources can improve opportunities for all residents.
Farmers markets are booming, but cities and states are doing more to connect consumers to local food and support the people who grow it.
Tune in at 9:30 a.m. MT for live discussions on innovations in state and local government, featuring conversations with Colorado's governor, other public officials and experts from The Pew Charitable Trusts.
We’ll be discussing data-driven decision-making in state and local governments, featuring Gov. John Hickenlooper, other Colorado officials and Pew experts looking at issues like elections administration and tax incentives. Attend in person or via webcast.
While it may seem like a puzzling riddle, this bear’s predicament is indicative of a growing problem.
A Xerox mobility solutions senior vice president weighs in on the relatively understudied Generation Z, autonomous vehicles and how the two will intersect to fuel future urban economic development.
L.A. Metro’s public safety announcements showcase cartoon characters dying when they ignore protocols to stay alive.
“It’s really started a wave of innovative thought in transportation,” Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said of the grant competition.
Colorado’s capital has running start on putting digital technologies to work to address the challenges rapid population growth poses to aging transportation systems.
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