If cities are to be 5G hubs and close their digital divides, they should be freed up to build out networks, policy experts argued Tuesday.
Once collected, this data could end up capturing patterns that planners hadn’t anticipate.
Several states inhibit the ability of electric cooperatives to roll out broadband service.
With tensions high over a wall, a San Diego County supervisor is focused on funding for waterworks.
Some transportation officials are considering road-funding plans that were once unthinkable.
“Necessity is the mother of invention,” says Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who plans to “break the box” on a long-planned tunnel rehabilitation project three months before its scheduled start.
What’s currently a distraction for governments could soon turn into a more serious situation.
The bill would establish and fund a public-private partnership to look at retro, analog options for securing the nation’s electric grid from digital threats.
The city’s downtown will be ready for connected vehicles by 2020, and an advanced traffic management system will cover the entire city by 2023.
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A growing number of cities are hiring visual artists, musicians and performers to work on small- and large-scale projects that deal with transportation.
For the past 15 years, the Atwood Building in downtown Anchorage has been outfitted with instruments to measure how it performs during big earthquakes.
But some remain concerned that the money will not get to many places that need it to expand access.
Next up is Raleigh Union Station’s second phase, which just secured $20 million in new funding from the Trump administration.
In just one example, Washington state has spent nearly $250,000 in repair and replacement costs since July 2017.
There are “three conceivable ways” expanded tolling could work in Los Angeles, according to Metro.
A new look at the much-debated question of whether drivers behave more recklessly around cyclists wearing helmets.
A tour of some of the levee infrastructure that protects California’s capital city.
The next step is executing funding agreements allowing public transit project sponsors to actually spend the money.
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